"Circle of Life," original painting, 30" x 48"
Life is a continuous circle or loop, as beings are continually being born and die. There is a spiritual element to the circle in the idea that the end of one existence is not the end of life altogether. The cycle continues on with new life.
The "Stream of Consciousness" paintings are fun to work on. I start with a piece of scrunched up canvas, and pour paint over it to create wrinkles. The set-in wrinkles add texture and depth to the finished art.
These paintings are built up in layers, using household objects scavenged from thrift stores to make interesting primal marks. My tools include spatulas, muffin tins, a colander, the rims of cups and bowls, bubble wrap and various ice cube trays.
I see these paintings as a window into my subconscious mind. Starting with an idea drawn from a dream, an observation or a vision, I develop the composition without much conscious thought. I'm guided by intuition when making decisions about color and design, and the resulting pieces are evocative of ancient mystical art.
Sustainability is an important part of my artistic practice, and this painting was created using repurposed leftover house paint that would otherwise go to waste.
- 30" x 48" original painting
- repurposed acrylic latex paint on canvas
- gallery wrap canvas, 1-1/2 inches deep with painted sides
- signed by the artist on the back
- wired and ready to hang
- FedEx shipping within the US
- contact me for an international shipping quote
- artwork guarantee - if you don't love it, return it
What People Are Saying
"Your painting looks so stunning on my wall, I cannot believe it!!!" Ann Whitehead, Marysville, WA
"Home again and received your paintings. I have to say, they are even more extraordinary than hoped! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!" Connie Ekelund, Vancouver, BC
"I returned from vacation a few days ago and went to pick up the painting. I LOVE it! It's more beautiful in person than I even imagined." Oriana Fowler, Chicago, IL
"We received the painting and we absolutely love it. We hung it on the wall yesterday and it really 'makes' the room." Erica Hogan, Houston, TX