There is a thin line of copper in the lower corner of this painting. It reminded me of Poldark & how a little vein of copper or at least the hope of one drives them. Message: It’s barely there, the thin line of hope, hiding in … Continue readingHopeline, Abstract Painting
Dragonflies are amazing creatures. My dad always called them Snake Doctors. It’s said that dragonflies follow snakes around and stitch them up when they get injured. Message: So much strength in a thin gossamer thing. Sometimes our strengths are disguised as something else. I think this … Continue readingDragonfly Wing, Abstract Painting
Formless feels Lovecraftian to me. Primordial & Strange. The message from this painting is: Even in the murky depths something waits to take shape. The shaping is up to you. Formless sold very quickly. Which always makes me very happy. I’ve shipped it out and it’s … Continue readingFormless: SOLD
This piece reminds me of the way pollen flows through the lake in the springtime, leaving trails of yellow marking it’s path. Or maybe it’s a building storm growing on a radar screen. Either way, it’s important to chart the flow. Everything comes from somewhere … Continue readingChart the Flow Abstract Painting
This painting turned out so awesome. It somehow manages to be calm and the crashing of waves at the same time. It sold before I was even finished with it! I know I keep saying how much I love creating this paintings, but it’s true. … Continue readingSold! Blue, gold & white acrylic pour is heading for new home!