Sketchbook

The Toy Box

The Toy Box 36″ by 48″ Acrylics, enamel and metallic paints with gloss resin finish on Canvas

toy box 2

The Toy Box #2 36″ by 48″ Acrylics and metallic paints with gloss resin finish on canvas

freedom

Freedom – 40″ by 40″ Acrylics, Oil Sticks, ink on canvas- Available

walk-study

Walk Study – 48″ by 60″ Acrylics, Oil Sticks, ink on canvas- Available

a-boy-with-his-toys

A Boy and His Toys- 48″ by 48″ Acrylics, Oil Sticks, ink on canvas- Available

I-rise

I Rise- 48″ by 60″ Acrylics, Oil Sticks, ink on canvas- Available

Fly-Home

Fly Home- 40″ by 40″ Acrylics, Oil Sticks, ink on canvas- Available

stretch

Stretch- 40″ by 40″ Acrylics, Oil Sticks, ink on canvas- Available

sleepsmall

Sleepy Head-36″ by 72″ Acrylics, Oil Sticks, ink on canvas- Available

 

“The Artist’s Sketchbook”


For me a sketchbook is a visual journal in which to explores ideas, visions and the way I view the world.
It is a place of of exploration and brainstorming.
A place to practice, to collect ideas, and to plan and develop my artistic voice.
The pages of a sketchbook are the fertile ground from which great art can sprout.
In this series, I enlarge my sketchbook to canvases.
I fill them with free charcoal drawings, oil sticks, playful doodling and pencil exercises.
I view the surface of this sketchbook as a place to experiment, to be silly and happy and to allow the most primal part of me to express its playfulness as well as its inadequacies and fears.

“My team and I enjoyed getting to know your work.
I like your combination of doodles, graffiti, Keith Haring influences and formal figure drawings and the way these disparate elements interact in your sketchbook series” – Adam Lerner Director of MCA Denver  (Museum Of Contemporary Art Denver )

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