Acrylic on canvas | 14" x 11" I've held on to this one (as well as others) because I really liked the way the colors came out. With everything going on I figured it was time to embrace the spirit of the project and let it go. The Dragon is released from captivity.
Acrylic on canvas | 8" x 10" This is what happens when you use what's left of a sheet of round labels as a template after all the labels are gone. Just like what's left after the waves leave the shore.
Acrylic on canvas | 14" x 11" A variation of paint by numbers I randomly assign a number to a color and the randomly assign a number to a position on a canvas and then match them up and manipulate the paint until something inside me tells me to stop.
Acrylic on canvas | 20" x 16" Part of the purpose of this project was to not have paintings piling up in the basement. This canvas had been one such painting that found new life as a second painting.
Acrylic on canvas | 8" x 10"If I could only see that familiar sunrise through sleepy eye how happy I'd be.
Acrylic on canvas | 8" x 10"I would love it if a painting didn't remind me of someplace in the world burning.
Acrylic on canvas | 8" x 10" If there's always light in the darkness then there must be darkness in the light.
Acrylic on canvas | 12" x 12" Hints of metallics in tones of yellows and oranges.