Black Keys. $300.

The journey has begun! My first completed piece utilizing the new die cutting machine is called — what else? — “Black Keys.” The artwork field is  @ 7″ x 7.5″, with an interior 3.5″-diameter circle. Like a lot of my work, making it happen posed unique procedural challenges once I had the design in mind.Continue reading “Black Keys. $300.”

The Sinking. $150.

There’s a lot going on in this piece called “The Sinking.” It’s a feeling. It’s an event. It’s an observation. It’s a situation: an inexorable vortex pulls you down into darkness. Sometimes it takes awhile, closing in with tendrils of realization. I like interpreting a “sinking” in art, but I sure don’t like experiencing it!Continue reading “The Sinking. $150.”

Circle Rays on Green. SOLD

At long last! Setbacks, glitches, technical difficulties, dayjob changes, Rx changes … those challenges and more have all contributed to this piece, and I honor my process. So there. I think artists have different ratios of time/energy that go into the concept and execution of their art. My particular medium weighs heavily on the execution side.Continue reading “Circle Rays on Green. SOLD”

RDCB Cover of the Week for 03.28.2016

This #RDCB cover is from a group I call “Botanicals.” Plants, flowers, vines, stalks — these are the big concepts in the Botanicals covers. It’s not that some of them aren’t very stylized, but they are all comprised most clearly of a repeated pattern with an organic element. I call this one “Red Buds.” SoContinue reading “RDCB Cover of the Week for 03.28.2016”