Sketchbook

Posted by on Feb 4, 2016 in Sketchbook
Sketchbook

This is the recent evolution of my little sketchbook. It’s what I do on the days when I can’t paint. Perfect for when I wake up in the morning and easy to use on the go. I’m currently exploring ideas of rhythm, flow, growth, the mix of urban and natural, and generally letting my hand […]

Bicycles and Brownstones (Urban Density No. 2) process

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in Process, Urban Density Series
Bicycles and Brownstones (Urban Density No. 2) process

Started: March 2014 Finished: January 2015 Trying to paint the way NYC feels. It’s true what they say– this city gets in your blood. It has its own pulse and plays by its own set of rules. About 1 in every 38 people in the United States lives here, and it definitely feels that way. […]

Circular Abstract No. 5 process

Posted by on Sep 4, 2014 in Process
Circular Abstract No. 5 process

I thought it would be fun to share some of my process photos from Circular Abstract No. 5. This series was started in 2012 and the first 4 were done in oil on canvas. No. 5 was the first one in acrylic and it went through many phases getting to the final result. You can […]

Portraits

Posted by on Jul 3, 2014 in Representational Work

I posted these portraits awhile back when I was applying for a job. They were awesome experiences and I learned so much, so I’m going to leave them up for now. If you ever want to really get to know a subject, paint a portrait of them. Paint a portrait of yourself first though. It’s […]