OK, so I’ve recently discovered that editing my own work helps me discover what I want to do next in terms of new pieces. So, here are the five versions of three of… Read More
Here is another one of my pieces I completely forgot to post. For more pictures click here.
I just hate it when it happens.
I just finished this one, it’s acrylic on canvas, 65 x 55 cm.
There’s two of them and they look different depending on the time of the day and light. I used spray and acrylic in layers to do it.
Just finished this one. Btw, think I’m in love with my new pencils.
Just finished this one. P.S. Just sold my last piece, ” Promise of a Fallen Star” . Got myself a paycheck for an entire next month so yay me!
Just finished this one, well actuall these two. They’re each 40 x 80 cm and together 80 x 80. Acrylic plus spray on canvas.
I almost forgot about this painting and I like how it turned out.
Took 30 minutes to make this one. Ink on paper, 2011.
Pencil on paper, 30 x 40 cm.
björk by du preez & thornton-jones for jalouse, 2001 “Pagan Poetry” – Bjork Pedalling through The dark currents I find An accurate copy A blueprint Of the pleasure In me Swirling black lilies… Read More
Made last night. Pencil on paper.
Mixed media; pencil + acrylic on canvas, 42x60cm)
Albert Camus “The Stranger” “Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday, I can’t be sure.” The opening line of “The Stranger” by Albert Camus.
Pencil on paper, 40 x 30 cm.
There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face. ~Ben Williams