I am currently exploring the inner eye reaction of some viewers based on the red/ blue contrasts and the amplification by the blue light of electronic screens and monitors. Since most of my work begins digitally, I am curious to see how this affects the interpretations by those who can and cannot perceive this color-suggested depth.
With all art, the imagination of the viewer is important. However with abstract art and thoughts, I think this is doubly so. I am exploring which works suggest shapes, what those shapes might be, and are they seen equally by the viewers or are they uniquely based on what already exists in the viewer's mind, like an ink blot.
Artwork made from distorted macro images of denim, jeans, zippers, and buttons, with attention to frayed edges.
Random images from random inspirations, but no less deserving of a moment in the sun, or on the screen.
These creatures are a unique abstract look at what may lie on the other side of a scrying mirror.
These works were all created from image pairings, or opposites, of light sources. Moonlight/ sunlight, nightlight/glow light, streetlight/ headlight, etc.
The annual October prompts from around the web have helped to inspire some of my best work. It's amazing what a little sugar rush can accomplish.
Inspired by the annual television event, I explore the ocean and sea life to discover these creatures from a uniquely abstract experience.
This series is all based off of classic works. Created from elements of each, mixed together for a uniquely dreamily design for each.
Life in quarantine, lockdowns, viruses, riots, politics, masks, and more lead to some very turbulent times. These artworks are a result of working through those emotions.
This series of chromostereopsis designs focuses on perception, perspective, and final performances. Each performer, be it man or beast, plays an essential role in celebrating what makes a circus more than an empty tent/ stage. Both a blend of good graphic design and fine art.
My series of Abstract Opposites is a marriage of opposite elements, twisted and pulled like taffy, then pushed to extreme saturation and finally layered together in a beautiful abstract distortion of fine art.
This series was created to show the duality of life. It shows two sides of each concept and often reflects on the red/ blue aspects as well. Not just single images made of the opposing ideas, but time is given to show off each side fully.
This series was an exploration of Heaven and Hell and their parallels and opposites. Images represents one side or the other, and then the blend towards understanding that opposites are equal too.
From the first Bugs Bunny cartoon all the way to Space Jam, Looney Tunes have been a formative part of who I am. It only makes sense that I should pay tribute through my art.
You don't have to smoke weed to be inspired by the creative names of their branded cultivars. (A nod to those who call my work "trippy.")