Tag Archives: abstract

Infinite Spirals

I began this piece with the intention of creating a shifting color scheme from left to right with some sort contrast splatter from bottom left to top right. I started with the idea of reds and yellows dominating. In the … Continue reading

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Plateau

I had originally done this as a background for a different piece. A piece that I completely abandoned. Some paintings are meant to be and the previous incarnation of this one was not. It sat around for quite some time … Continue reading

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Dark Into Light

This is one of those pieces that can be interpreted several ways. One perspective is to see it as light overcoming dark. The inverse is equally true. It could be argued that this is nothing more than a study of … Continue reading

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Liquid Land

I never know when inspiration will strike. Last night I had no intention of working. Not tired enough to sleep, nor wanting to read or watch the boob tube, I found myself fooling around with color. One thing lead to … Continue reading

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Ribbons

Sometimes it is fun to plan with color. Ribbons is exactly that, fun, playful and completely open to interpretation. I wouldn’t have it any other way. Prints from my abstracts page.

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