Storm is a full 48″ x 60″, bursting out of the frame in shades of violet, fuschia, orchid and sapphire blue. The texture on this piece is superb, giving it depth and movement. Storm is made of a collage of discs, each with its own image or pattern, so she’s just as fascinating to view up close as from afar.
For some time, I’ve wanted to do a series of paintings based on beautiful glazed pottery. This is the first. The colors are endless, and deep, ranging from jade to ocean to umber. Texture is divine, and as always there is a gloss finish that brings it all together and creates the most stunning complexity of color.
Another in the Super Villain/Goddess series, this beauty is tough as nails in her protective love of fragile creatures. The colors are brilliant crimson and orchid, with a multitude of bright insect patterns and shapes. This dynamic piece is very striking, about 2.5 feet tall and 6 feet wide. A stunning piece for a hallway or over the fireplace.
This is reminiscent of a faded, battered circus banner, featuring the fearsome tiger. The colors are deep and glowing, proving the ferocity of the tiger that can’t be forgotten.
Green Man, Green Woman is a reworking of the Green Man myth, superhero style. This pair is enveloped in vines, leaves, branches and plant life, in brilliant cobalt, orchid, emerald and jade colors.
Painting by oil lamp was interesting during a recent hurricane. Colors are rich, texture is gorgeous, and it’s chaos. The best kind.