Let me introduce my newest art release, Piston Effect. Of course it doesn’t look even remotely related to it’s early 19th century photographic process, nor does it need too. It’s tell a different story. I often underplay how I make my art for a reason, it gets in the way. I believe the art that excites […]
This next artwork is titled Gradient Advantage, making reference to of a term used for describing geological formations in relation to water flows. Continuing the theme of Incompressible flow, this piece volleys the question, could there ever be a favorable position of advantage in a system of perpetual motion?
Tangential Grasps is the next new introduction to the Spring 2020 series. Emerging at all edges are flowing tube-like shapes of light travel out of darkness into a cool-white collective. Within the center core only hints the flowing movements turbulently swirling into a primordial soup of change and chance.
In January, as initiated my spring 2020 series, I had no idea that we were headed into a global crisis of health, heart and mind. I knew I wanted to make a series of abstract works that thematically worked with two concepts. First, Incompressible, as a state of defiant resistance to increasing pressure. Second, Flow […]
It’s a pleasure to share an exciting book project that aims to capture 93 artists working in Spring 2020. You’ll find many familiar Los Angeles artist, including myself. Try previewing the book and look alphabetical towards S’s. If you like what you see, why not support a fresh narrative that reflects on our time together.Cheers!
48 x 48 inches