Tomorrow Will Be Better  36" x 48"  Oil on Canvas  Framed in Alder  37" x 49"

Tomorrow Will Be Better

36" x 48"

Oil on Canvas

Framed in Alder

37" x 49"

 An Earnest Reclamation of Wildness  24" x 18.75"  oil on birch  framed in red oak  25" X 19.75"  SOLD

An Earnest Reclamation of Wildness

24" x 18.75"

oil on birch

framed in red oak

25" X 19.75"

SOLD

 ruins  Nº 3  14" x 17"  oil on linen wrapped wood panel  15" x 18"  framed in alder

ruins  Nº 3

14" x 17"

oil on linen wrapped wood panel

15" x 18"

framed in alder

 Phantasies, Phallacies, and the Scientific American  24" x 32"  prismacolor on rives bfk  maple frame with plexiglass

Phantasies, Phallacies, and the Scientific American

24" x 32"

prismacolor on rives bfk

maple frame with plexiglass

 North-North-West 媽媽再見  One last road trip to the Pacific Northwest in a sky blue Dodge minivan with A, A, E, E, K, and K.  A & A were Uncle Peter’s. E & E were Mama’s. K & K were losing their mom.  Leukemia.   23.5" x 18"  prismacolor on bristol vellum  SOLD

North-North-West 媽媽再見

One last road trip to the Pacific Northwest in a sky blue Dodge minivan with A, A, E, E, K, and K.

A & A were Uncle Peter’s.
E & E were Mama’s.
K & K were losing their mom.

Leukemia. 

23.5" x 18"

prismacolor on bristol vellum

SOLD

 The Intersection of Art and Commerce  Awkward people at awkward intersections.  16 3/4 x 22 1/4  prismacolor on bristol vellum  white frame with plexiglass

The Intersection of Art and Commerce

Awkward people at awkward intersections.

16 3/4 x 22 1/4

prismacolor on bristol vellum

white frame with plexiglass

 Palmyra   an ode    a dirge    an epitaph   An editing of history with explosives — an attempt to obscure a place of cultural, religious and ethnic intersection for the sake of a flawed vision. A faceless of the lost Tower of Elahbel in memoriam of the nameless lost and in remembrance of a more prosperous and forgiving time.  22.25” x 20”  prismacolor on rives bfk   SOLD

Palmyra

an ode

a dirge

an epitaph

An editing of history with explosives — an attempt to obscure a place of cultural, religious and ethnic intersection for the sake of a flawed vision. A faceless of the lost Tower of Elahbel in memoriam of the nameless lost and in remembrance of a more prosperous and forgiving time.

22.25” x 20”

prismacolor on rives bfk 

SOLD

 Flesh Press + Thirsty Tourists  Postcards for the modern Yosemite.  Two views from the valley floor during peak season.  prismacolor on rives bfk mounted on plywood

Flesh Press + Thirsty Tourists

Postcards for the modern Yosemite.  Two views from the valley floor during peak season.

prismacolor on rives bfk mounted on plywood

 Primordial Whence We Came   ooze.   the fabric of our being, not stitched but spat out in massive effluviance.  35.75” x 26” prismacolor on yupo 

Primordial Whence We Came

ooze.

the fabric of our being, not stitched but spat out in massive effluviance.

35.75” x 26”
prismacolor on yupo 

 buddha of bamiyan  banyan valley, afghanistan  24" x 22"  oil on linen  SOLD

buddha of bamiyan

banyan valley, afghanistan

24" x 22"

oil on linen

SOLD

 Mythologies  A Dionysian garden formed of intimate marks and allusions.  The historical and the present intertwined, blurred, woven.  It is an amalgamate of the denotative and connotative, of the representational and abstract.  There is an attempt to reconcile the past with the present, the natural with the fabricated paying respects to what humans have built, lost, destroyed and rediscovered.  22.25" x 20"  prismacolor on rives bfk  SOLD

Mythologies

A Dionysian garden formed of intimate marks and allusions.  The historical and the present intertwined, blurred, woven.

It is an amalgamate of the denotative and connotative, of the representational and abstract.  There is an attempt to reconcile the past with the present, the natural with the fabricated paying respects to what humans have built, lost, destroyed and rediscovered.

22.25" x 20"

prismacolor on rives bfk

SOLD

 pistils + stamens  35.5” x 26”  prismacolor, lithography crayon, flashe, graphite on yupo   SOLD

pistils + stamens

35.5” x 26”

prismacolor, lithography crayon, flashe, graphite on yupo 

SOLD

 After the War  26" x 20"  prismacolor on rives bfk

After the War

26" x 20"

prismacolor on rives bfk

 Tomorrow Will Be Better  36" x 48"  Oil on Canvas  Framed in Alder  37" x 49"
 An Earnest Reclamation of Wildness  24" x 18.75"  oil on birch  framed in red oak  25" X 19.75"  SOLD
 ruins  Nº 3  14" x 17"  oil on linen wrapped wood panel  15" x 18"  framed in alder
 Phantasies, Phallacies, and the Scientific American  24" x 32"  prismacolor on rives bfk  maple frame with plexiglass
 North-North-West 媽媽再見  One last road trip to the Pacific Northwest in a sky blue Dodge minivan with A, A, E, E, K, and K.  A & A were Uncle Peter’s. E & E were Mama’s. K & K were losing their mom.  Leukemia.   23.5" x 18"  prismacolor on bristol vellum  SOLD
 The Intersection of Art and Commerce  Awkward people at awkward intersections.  16 3/4 x 22 1/4  prismacolor on bristol vellum  white frame with plexiglass
 Palmyra   an ode    a dirge    an epitaph   An editing of history with explosives — an attempt to obscure a place of cultural, religious and ethnic intersection for the sake of a flawed vision. A faceless of the lost Tower of Elahbel in memoriam of the nameless lost and in remembrance of a more prosperous and forgiving time.  22.25” x 20”  prismacolor on rives bfk   SOLD
 Flesh Press + Thirsty Tourists  Postcards for the modern Yosemite.  Two views from the valley floor during peak season.  prismacolor on rives bfk mounted on plywood
 Primordial Whence We Came   ooze.   the fabric of our being, not stitched but spat out in massive effluviance.  35.75” x 26” prismacolor on yupo 
 buddha of bamiyan  banyan valley, afghanistan  24" x 22"  oil on linen  SOLD
 Mythologies  A Dionysian garden formed of intimate marks and allusions.  The historical and the present intertwined, blurred, woven.  It is an amalgamate of the denotative and connotative, of the representational and abstract.  There is an attempt to reconcile the past with the present, the natural with the fabricated paying respects to what humans have built, lost, destroyed and rediscovered.  22.25" x 20"  prismacolor on rives bfk  SOLD
 pistils + stamens  35.5” x 26”  prismacolor, lithography crayon, flashe, graphite on yupo   SOLD
 After the War  26" x 20"  prismacolor on rives bfk

Tomorrow Will Be Better

36" x 48"

Oil on Canvas

Framed in Alder

37" x 49"

An Earnest Reclamation of Wildness

24" x 18.75"

oil on birch

framed in red oak

25" X 19.75"

SOLD

ruins  Nº 3

14" x 17"

oil on linen wrapped wood panel

15" x 18"

framed in alder

Phantasies, Phallacies, and the Scientific American

24" x 32"

prismacolor on rives bfk

maple frame with plexiglass

North-North-West 媽媽再見

One last road trip to the Pacific Northwest in a sky blue Dodge minivan with A, A, E, E, K, and K.

A & A were Uncle Peter’s.
E & E were Mama’s.
K & K were losing their mom.

Leukemia. 

23.5" x 18"

prismacolor on bristol vellum

SOLD

The Intersection of Art and Commerce

Awkward people at awkward intersections.

16 3/4 x 22 1/4

prismacolor on bristol vellum

white frame with plexiglass

Palmyra

an ode

a dirge

an epitaph

An editing of history with explosives — an attempt to obscure a place of cultural, religious and ethnic intersection for the sake of a flawed vision. A faceless of the lost Tower of Elahbel in memoriam of the nameless lost and in remembrance of a more prosperous and forgiving time.

22.25” x 20”

prismacolor on rives bfk 

SOLD

Flesh Press + Thirsty Tourists

Postcards for the modern Yosemite.  Two views from the valley floor during peak season.

prismacolor on rives bfk mounted on plywood

Primordial Whence We Came

ooze.

the fabric of our being, not stitched but spat out in massive effluviance.

35.75” x 26”
prismacolor on yupo 

buddha of bamiyan

banyan valley, afghanistan

24" x 22"

oil on linen

SOLD

Mythologies

A Dionysian garden formed of intimate marks and allusions.  The historical and the present intertwined, blurred, woven.

It is an amalgamate of the denotative and connotative, of the representational and abstract.  There is an attempt to reconcile the past with the present, the natural with the fabricated paying respects to what humans have built, lost, destroyed and rediscovered.

22.25" x 20"

prismacolor on rives bfk

SOLD

pistils + stamens

35.5” x 26”

prismacolor, lithography crayon, flashe, graphite on yupo 

SOLD

After the War

26" x 20"

prismacolor on rives bfk

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