Monthly Archives: April 2009

Cliffs – Digital Abstract Painting

I hadn’t intended on working on, let alone completing a painting today.  I had thought that finishing Dunes At Sunset yesterday had fulfilled my need to create. Even when I started the piece I didn’t think I’d finish it, but … Continue reading

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Dunes At Sunset

I do have an affinity for desert scenes.  There is a certain purity to be found in a seemingly lifeless desert. Wind, shifting sands, features that change on an almost daily basis’s.  Having seen more than a few shows on … Continue reading

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Taupe Dunes

Another of my experimental pieces done in same manner as Melted Landscape, large blocks of color and then push them around until something starts to take shape. As before I used a fairly small palette of color. Taupe Dunes is … Continue reading

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Bashful Poser

As much as I have been enjoying working with abstracts I still enjoy returning to traditional subject matter. In a sense it is comforting to me as an artist to just paint what I see instead of trying to convey … Continue reading

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Melted Landscape

Experimentation is something I’ve been doing a lot of lately. I’ve been pushing my boundaries and trying different techniques.  Abstract art continue to capture my imagination. Melted Landscapes is the result of experimentation of several kinds. To start with I … Continue reading

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