Tag Archives: portrait
Title: Diptych 1952 (or Mom & Dad) Medium: Acrylic & Ink on Canvas & Suitcase Above is a diptych of my parents based off photos taken approximately 1952. Like many of the work in this series, it’s not a perfect … Continue reading
Title: Nicholas DeSimini Medium: Acrylic on Wood Size: 45.5 in. x 33.5 in Nicolas DeSimini was a great-grandfather born in Bari, Italy who migrated at a young age to Jerusalem in the early 20th century/late 19th. My main recollection I … 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
Acrylic & Mixed Media on Plywood, 40 x 50 I’ve decided to work on a new direction for a bit. Art is one part creative prowess, one part skill, and one part identity. Its that identity that gives art its … Continue reading
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
Not completely 100 on this one. However, I decided last night that I was tired of staring at it and would post it for now. Comments? Critiques? Etc.? In any case… Enjoy!