A compilation of six paintings and poems.
This is a re-creation of a piece I did for a friend; a loose translation of hers. Acrylic and collage on canvas.
My first self-portrait. Acrylic and collage on canvas.
Another fun day working in Fresh Paint Windows 10 program.
A duo of acrylic and collage on canvas.
My First Solo is an art/erasure poetry piece based on the life of Beryl Markham, one of the first women of flight. This piece was accepted by Star 82 Review for their 5.4 December 2017 issue.
OK, perhaps a bit politically oriented, but certainly reflects the latter part of 2017, for me at least.
Painted for my young friend, Sam, for his graduation.
I know not everyone likes clowns, thanks to Stephen King, but I love them and have many fond memories of clowns at the circus.
This piece was a recreation from a neutral painting I was working on. An artist friend suggested I go back to my favorite color palette. She liked it so much she bought it from me.
This is an erasure art piece I plan to submit to Star 82 Review in the near future.
This is a recreation from a very large painting I did for my mom many years ago. She had seen the original painting at the art museum in Chicago and asked me if I could paint something similar for her. I gave the original painting to a very dear friend after my mom passed away.
This is an art/erasure piece based on a poem written for one of my writer's group assignments. I later did an "erasure" on my own poem and added it to my painting.
New York New York
This is the second painting I have done with the watercolor background and photo/collage and drawing. It is a work in progress and so much fun.
Red Eye Flight
Flying to New York
This painting was originally an acrylic on canvas I did for a friend in Florida. I have recreated it as a watercolor and gave it to my dad.
These are two of my latest pieces that were done as submissions for the SoWeBo Arts Festival in Baltimore, Maryland.
This is a piece of wall hanging I put together last year for my Aunt Zelma. It was made entirely of my uncle's ties. Turned out awesome and a real tribute to his memory.