Kitchen Rooster

Kitchen Rooster

Kitchen Rooster: acrylic painting, size 12″ x 18″ The story behind this one: Have you ever noticed that whenever you rent a house they always have a piece of art depicting a rooster? We dubbed it the “kitchen cock” and look for it everywhere we go. This one is a housewarming gift for my friends. … Continue reading Kitchen Rooster

Panda Butt

Panda Butt

While trying to figure out what to paint I thought about the things I like most. I’m obsessed with cuteoverload.com among other things. So I thought, why not paint cute animal butts? This is the most recent in the series, called “Panda Butt”. He’s surrounded by bamboo, his favorite snack. The painting is a bit … Continue reading Panda Butt

Dog Butt

Dog Butt

While trying to figure out what to paint I thought about the things I like most. I’m obsessed with cuteoverload.com among other things. So I thought, why not paint cute animal butts? This one is called “Dog Butt” and it was inspired by my own dog, Joe. It proudly features his doggy ‘tocks and the … Continue reading Dog Butt

Rabbit Butt

Rabbit Butt

While trying to figure out what to paint I thought about the things I like most. I’m obsessed with cuteoverload.com among other things. So I thought, why not paint cute animal butts? This was the first in the series and is simply titled “Rabbit Butt” featuring the rear-end of a purple rabbit with orange carrots … Continue reading Rabbit Butt

Abstract Waves of Blue

Abstract Waves of Blue

Abstract blue waves on top of abstract waves of blue. (My abstract pieces are hard to photograph because they have a bit of sculptural height/depth to them; best viewed in person) 9″ x 12″

Reflection

Reflection

A wave of blue and white on a light lavender background. 9″ x 12″

Untitled

Untitled

An abstract painting of orange on a yellow background. 9″ x 12″

Untitled

Untitled

A burst of white on a vibrant orange background. (My abstract pieces are hard to photograph because they are shiny and have a bit of sculptural height/depth to them; best viewed in person) 9″ x 12″