Sunday, October 21, 2018

"Centurion"

One of two new sculptures completed this summer for our garden at Dragonwood. "Centurion" stands at just over six feet with pedestal. Pictured here on a temporary pedestal. Welded steel and paint.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

"Into the Blue"

My latest. "Into the Blue" 36" X 48" Acrylic on canvas and canvas on canvas.

Saturday, April 7, 2018

"Everything is Coming Our Way"

Another in my series of shaped paintings. Acrylic and canvas on birch plywood. 18" X 31" The title is borrowed from a Santana song. A "feel good title" for a painting that feels good to me.

Saturday, March 31, 2018

"Cuckoo's Nest"

Welded steel/Industrial salvage 16.5" X 8.5" X 1.5" This solid little sculpture is fabricated from industrial salvage. Torch cut and welded.

Sunday, February 18, 2018

ART EFFECT GALLERY

My current exhibition at Art Effect Gallery at The Vue at Lake Eola in Orlando. This show of "shaped paintings" was curated by Kirsten Gjermo. Artist's reception March 22, 6- 8pm. Please note that the reception is a catered event and a charity fundraiser. There will be an $8.00 per head cover charge.

Sunday, January 21, 2018

"Red and Blue #1, 2018"

"Red and Blue#1, 2018" Acrylic on canvas. 46" X 46" This very expressionistic painting has a powerful presence.

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Locomotive Series

So I am finally getting around to doing something I have been thinking about for for several months now. I rediscovered this painting from 2014 and thought this would make for an interesting sculpture series. My intention is to explore this theme in a variety of ways, materials and scale. The piece pictured on top is titled "Locomotive". The same as the painting as it is fairly direct interpretation. This piece is quite heavy. The base is 1/2" plate steel and much of the rest is 1/4" plate. Makes for piece as solid as it's name implies. Below is a small table top steel piece that is currently in progress. "Iron Horse" , 28" X 14" X 4". A bit more welding and grinding and then to decide on how to finish. patina, paint etc.
I hope to also do a large scale piece based on this general composition. The larger pieces will be a more direct interpretation of the painting. The small sculpture, "Iron Horse" was made with industrial salvage/found objects, so the materials dictated the composition. The next go at it will be pieces I will cut to more closely match the design in the painting. Stay tuned! The sculpture is now sold. Private collection. New Mexico, USA.