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Another painting inspired by my study of life sciences. I find the mantis to be an extremely bizzar insect and one worthy of visual praise.(SOLD)
UD: 4 years ago
The Basics: This is a series of ink drawings that were digitally composited and colored. History: 'Aspen' was the first illustration in a series I worked on last summer at Epoch. The feathers in the background of Aspen belong ...expand text.
UD: 2 years ago
Art Nouveau Ink
Another piece inspired be Japanese printmaking. I tried to use simple but very bold colors to give this painting strength. Carp are common themes for artwork in Japan.
UD: 4 years ago
Original Size: 36 in x 24 in
I often enjoy working purely in black and white. I feel there is a certain power in larger works when viewed from a distance. Simplicity can sometimes leave the viewer more to imagine on their own. (SOLD)
UD: 4 years ago
Inspired by my studies of life sciences and evolution. The engineering of certain insects can be of marvel. What if we were to have been made in such a way.
UD: 4 years ago
Original Size: 36 in x 48 in
I find the fly trap to be amazing in its development. In nutrient poor environments they adapted to catch their food. A plant that shows us that where there is a will there is a way.
UD: 4 years ago
Original Size: 28 in x 60 in
Acrylic on canvas. Spirals and fractals have helped to form this piece. I was captivated by the annual migration of the Monarch butterfly, and wanted to capture the beauty and mass of their flight. (SOLD)
UD: 4 years ago
Another painting I tried to keep rather simple. This is actually three canvases that can be viewed next to each other or set apart to fill a larger space. (SOLD)
UD: 4 years ago
acrylic on canvas. In folklore mermaids have been the allure of sailors for ages. They would often times lure these men to their deaths in the angry waters. I tried to capture the emergence of one of these ...expand text.
UD: 4 years ago
Original Size: 72 in x 36 in
The Basics: Chrysanthemums is mainly acrylic, but there is some paper and nail polish in there too. Protective materials used include Rosewood stain, texturing medium, and polyacrylic varnish. The wood is 34 thick, and the sides are painted ...expand text.
UD: 2 years ago