Acrylic on canvas | 14" x 11" I spent some time reading through J.M.W. Turner books and reverted back to various techniques I had lost contact with. Fortunately I can always revisit them.
Acrylic on canvas | 10" x 8" Sometimes it's fun to take two things and bash them together. Here's the second one.
Acrylic on canvas | 8" x 10" I bought some new tools to play around with recently which always spurs new ideas. This didn't come out anything like what I envisioned in my head but I really like the result. I enjoy when art is experimental regardless of the outcome.
Acrylic on canvas | 10" x 8" If I don’t like how a painting is turning out I press it against another blank canvas to see the results. “Sunrise Through Fog” was the painting and this is the result.
Acrylic on canvas | 8" x 10" It almost seems counter-intuitive to reverse engineer a project but a backward perspective can sometimes be the most valuable one.
Acrylic on canvas | 14" x 11" This painting went through three iterations before landing on the final piece. Sometimes you take something good and ruin it (not always on purpose) and need to find a way to salvage it again.
Acrylic on canvas | 8" x 10" The nice thing about abstract art is it lends itself to interpretation from the viewer. I live with the paintings in my space and look at them a lot before they are released. I see things in them and usually that is where the title will come from.
Acrylic on canvas | 10" x 8" Sometimes it's fun to take two things and bash them together. Here's the first one.