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One more work of altered currency from my Rebellion series to be exhibited at an international exhibition held at the Museo del Brigantaggio in late August with members the Ali Ribelli art collective and other international artists. This one is a bit … Continue reading
Title: Season’s Greetings from the Lacewell Family Medium: Acrylic on Bed Backboard/Canvas Size (at greatest dimension) 38 in. x 61 in. This work, like the one I am to post tomorrow, follows my current focus on identity through art. It … Continue reading
Title: Our Lady of Sorrow Size: 30 in. x 16 in. Media: Mixed Media Assemblage (including oil, acrylic, paper, dried plants, foam board) on found object (Trunk) Once again, I took inspiration from old family portraits. This one is … Continue reading
There is this wonderfully tacky trout body pillow that lurks around the living room of my home right now and something about the funky comfort of it all inspired me. Anyways here it is:
A small acrylic painting on canvas. – Enjoy. Window Acrylic on Canvas 12 x 8
So, it has been quite a while since I updated. I great snowacolypse(s) of DC ended and spring rushed in leaving me busier than ever (with less time to focus on art). I managed last Monday to squeeze time in … Continue reading
A mixed media piece of gouache, watercolor, ink on plexiglass, paper, and cardboard. Enjoy.