celtic knotwork on a pompano fish sculpture
commissioned by The City of Pompano Beach for Painted Pompano : Round 2
youtube video from unveiling
photographs courtesy of Ary Milligan 🙂
15′ x 40′ mural painted using acrylic paint.
for Open Canvas – ArtServe, Fort Lauderdale.
Ashleigh with white hair
color pencil, collage and marker on oak
70″ x 62″ acrylic and gold on canvas
a giant landscape study for the big book.
part of my celtic knotwork series
4’x8′ drawn live during the Back Alley Art Festival at the Brewhouse Gallery
room dividers made during my college years
on four separate door panels
from my little girl series
originally on display during Portraits of the Little Girl at C&I Studios
made using a reductive process. three layers of different colored tapes were applied onto each other then cut away accordingly
room dividers made from my old closet doors
a mural painted for BUMP
a mixture of my color abstraction, celtic knotwork and cat series
the first in a series of cliche Japanese imagery drawn 8 bit
some of my work on display during Portraits Of The Little Girl exhibition at C&I Studios Fort Lauderdale
this body of work started as a study for the little girl. illustrating how she can change her appearance and make multiples of herself.
mural painting from my celtic knotwork series painted for Doug DeLucca’s auto shop
assisted by Ashleigh Bremser
photo credit Alissa DeLucca Photography
painted with gouache on a paper bag
this is an extension of my color abstraction series
the imagery is a boat castle, cures the desire to travel and stay home
a lithograph print from college
of my brother Jim and niece Ana
a mixture of my cats and celtic knotwork series
made using stencils, acrylic and collage
two paintings from my color abstraction series
these were painted live during Fierce Finds Fashion Truck Tour
the little girl making multiples of herself
part of the BBAD Bay Gates Project, inspired by the quote
“I can’t go back to yesterday because I was a different person then.”
portraits of women from dragon ball
each piece was made using a different process
some of the medias used are plexiglass, magnets, mica, collage, gouache, spray paint, acrylic, etc.
mural for Howley’s Restaurant, West Palm Beach
another addition to my cat series 🙂
some drawings from my celtic knotwork series
a mural at C&I Studios Garden in Fort Lauderdale
depicting the pyramids of Giza buried by the ever changing sand dunes. this has been said to have happened multiple times since their completion.
an ink drawing I made for my mother
1/1 hand colored print from my college years.
the inside of an imaginary case.
the outside murals are a collaboration between myself and Renda Writer
cat pieces on display in the lobby during Moon Show exhibition
photographs courtesy of Paloma Duenas
i played various classic Gameboy games to take reference photos for this series of drawings.
these were on display during C&I Studios Reach Out & Play exhibition.
the first in my series of heart drawings.
the heart character is from the big book.
some of the pieces from my cat drawings series
the cat character appears in the big book
these were made to illustrate how the cat can make multiples of itself
painted on and cut out corrugated plastic
the items are inspired by the pop plethora which is Tate’s Comics
created specifically for the exhibition Further Adventures of the Thought Coalition at Bear and Bird Boutique + Gallery
the little girl
in a similar style as WPA posters, this is a mural located at ActivistArtistA, BBAD Boynton Beach FL
made for Bear and Bird Gallery’s exhibition Not of This Earth : An Extraterrestrial Art Invasion
two swings I made during Marcus Blake’s exhibition A Swing Thing at The Social Lubricant
swings were created live during the evening by myself and various other artists. they were then hung in various locations throughout Wynwood
watercolor painting of an island
various mural paintings for BBP Centre D Art, Montreal (thanks to fellow artist and good friend Shane Watt)
-hand painted sign
-mural painting of a piece in my symmetrical cat series on glass
-mural painting as a study for the big book. the little girl character and Speedy riding a camel through the desert at night
-mural painting of frame and design on store front window
the little girl
in a similar style as WPA posters, this is the study for a mural to be completed at ActivistArtistA, BBAD Boynton Beach FL
made using masking tape
under the boca rio/turnpike overpass in Boca Raton.
artists Novus, Oreo, ???, RW & PK
a gift for Amanda of Bear and Bird gallery
observational paintings of the Loxahatchee. yes I am a Florida boy if you didn’t already know 🙂
various mural paintings for the Nowhere event space
-hand painted sign
-mural painting of a piece in my symmetrical cat series
-mural painting as a study for the big book. the mushroom characters looking to the sky watching a coming eclipse
three planets made for Chase Vreeland’s ..Souvenirs.. exhibitions
a symmetry drawing of food. drawn on an old sculpting board.
a cover design for Paul Mcenery’s comic Tri County. drawing mixed with digital coloring and collage.
this will be the cover for the first issue of Tri County and it will be my job to continually make the cover designs. Stay Tooned!
scratchboards of Debbie Harry and Sharon Tate
a sharpie drawing. depicting some of the main characters from the three stories
inspired in style and conception by the artwork of friend and fellow artist Paul Mcenery
an oil portrait of my friends Maxwell Davidson and Jigglypuff
mural painting of the little girl and the cat at C&I Studios garden in FAT Village, Fort Lauderdale.
my contribution to Kasey Lou Lindley’s An Open Invitation : E-mail Collaboration Project
I was sent an image and asked to make a piece in response to it. It could be video, image, text, sound or a mixture.
I created the image above and a sound bit to go with it
an image of the visuals seen when I have been underwater for too long. line etching and hand scratching
a deity figure from my big book. she exists in an alternate dimension and comes when called or needed by the protagonists.
made using various drawing media including grease pencils.
an oil monotype of storm clouds. made from scraps found around the printing lab
two oil monotype prints of wildflowers. flowers found outside of the printmaking lab at Ringling