Sunday, January 30, 2011


A few new things have been going on lately. I recently found a gallery that is interested in representing my 2D work, (paintings and drawings) so I will put up a few pictures of that work (so you know what I'm talking about). For those interested the gallery is "GalerĂ­a Kandinsky" located in San Pedro Costa Rica. Besides this exciting development, I'm continually progressing with the fabrication of more pieces for "Monetary Bondage" (so I have pictures of that progress here as well). I have also begun to develop a few ideas of potential Museums and Galleries that Might be interested in exposing "Monetary Bondage". This is probably not in the immediate future but exciting things to think and talk about..... any way on with post and the eye candy..... hmmm where to start?  
Lets go 2D for the first time. below are three examples from a collection/series in progress called "Imperfect Geometry" all pieces are acrylic on canvas.
"Dioxazine Purple Indian Yellow" is only 12 inches by 12 inches but contains 288 triangles. 

"Cadmiuim Orange Cobalt Blue"

"Light Green Cadmium Orange" 

I call this one "The Big One" and it is part of another on going collection/series called "Universal Metaphor". These are drawings not paintings although, it is easier to just say they are "mixed media" due to the vast variety of pens, inks and markers used to create the many layers of visual depth and physical texture if you can get close enough to them to notice it.  

This is a smaller piece from the same collection. This one is called "Rings of Saturn". I do have prepared artist statements for both collections which I plan to share, (hopefully soon) but I want to keep this post relatively short and don't want to start putting people to sleep in the middle of it... So I will be making that information available for those who want it (like I said hopefully soon).  

On to more "Money Art" this is the progress so far on the "13 Skulls" collection within  "Monetary Bondage".  The white skulls have made an appearance on an older post as well as the unfinished red skulls but its nice to see how they all look together.
I plan to make 13 of these pieces total each one will be in a different color and have slight variations on the bezel and decorative silver elements, making each one completely unique yet similar.  
Well I guess that should about do it for now. I'm going to go tinker around with a few ideas I have in my head and will hopefully be making another post soon. So until next time best wishes to all the fellow travellers out there and thanks for tuning in. Hope to have you next time.   

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