Most Masc Man, 2018
Most Masc Man, 2018

Acrylic Paint and Mylar Pigment on Canvas
36” x 48”
A portrait of a cisgender white man with a blurred/pixelized face, making the identity unknown.

Black John Doe, 2018
Black John Doe, 2018

Acrylic Paint on Canvas

48" x 36"

This is a portrait of an unknown African-American man holding a cat in this blurred/pixelated image. Almost iconographic and enigmatic, one must wonder who this person is and what has happened to him. 

Mother and Child, 2018
Mother and Child, 2018

Acrylic Paint, Gold Leaf, and Mica Pigments on Canvas over Board

24” x 30”

Yoko’s Last Day At The Bathhouse, 2012
Yoko’s Last Day At The Bathhouse, 2012

Acrylic on Canvas on Hardboard

48.5”x 42.25”

A maternal memory of childhood experiences at the Japanese bath houses.

Self Portrait (Samsara), 2014
Self Portrait (Samsara), 2014

Acrylic, Silver Leaf, Patina, and Foil on Canvas

36” x 36”

This self portrait isn’t really a self portrait of me, but more of a personification of how I’m responding to events happening even to this day. The figure is vulnerable, naked, and exposed.

The Very Last Supper, 2011-2012
The Very Last Supper, 2011-2012

Acrylic, Silver Leaf, and Mica Pigment on Canvas on Hardboard

19”x 48”

Bound Ham (The Root of All Suffering is Desire), 2013
Bound Ham (The Root of All Suffering is Desire), 2013

Acrylic, Dry Mica Pigment, and Gold Leaf on Canvas

24”x 24”

Bound Ham (The Root of All Suffering is Desire)” explore a Buddhist value in its primal teachings, as suffering is derived from desire. The flesh and hint of dripping blood suggests human qualities and a subtext of sexual innuendos exists within the subject matter. 

The Blessed Virgin, 2012
The Blessed Virgin, 2012

Acrylic on Canvas on Hardboard

24” x 24”

A Cat Beckons, 2018
A Cat Beckons, 2018

Acrylic and Gold Leaf on Canvas

24" x 36"

A stray cat that has been taken in by the shopkeeper, albeit under meager means, takes care of the creature. In return for the hospitality, the cat invites in potential customers in.

Fruits of My Loins, 2013-2015
Fruits of My Loins, 2013-2015

Acrylic, Mica Pigments, and Gloss Varnish on Hardboard

18" x 24"

Life As We Know It, 2013-2014
Life As We Know It, 2013-2014

Acrylic, Dry Mica Pigment, and Gold Leaf on Canvas
30” x 40”
“Life as We Know It” follows its portrayal of excess and the sweet things in life in the series of metal-leafed Japanophilistic paintings. The artist nods at the decorative power of Japanese motifs and artisanship while contradicting its sensibilities with bold colors, animated avatars, and diverse content.

Alone at Sea, 2014
Alone at Sea, 2014

Acrylic Seriagraph Ink on Screen-Printing Paper

21.5” x 27” in frame

One lonely skull is depicted floating in the middle of the vast ocean. Despair seems to cloud the surreal figure.

The Day Will Come When Our Silence Will Be More Powerful than the Voices You Are Throttling Today, 2013-2014
The Day Will Come When Our Silence Will Be More Powerful than the Voices You Are Throttling Today, 2013-2014

Inkjet Ink Monotype, Oil Pastel, and Alcohol Maker on Fabriano Paper

13”x 10”

This work exhibits an early practice of digital monotype using an inkjet printer and traditional printing processes.

Color Study of Skull (Self-Portrait: CMYK), 2013
Color Study of Skull (Self-Portrait: CMYK), 2013

Acrylic, Gold Leaf and Dry Mica Pigment on Fabriano Paper

13" x 17.5"

Genuine gold leaf is used in the background to contrast with the cool colored bone structures as the warmer pink shaded flowers and yellow-green stems lightly rests on top.

Color Study of Skull (Interference), 2013
Color Study of Skull (Interference), 2013

Acrylic and Dry Mica Pigment on Fabriano Paper

11" x 17.5"

Color Study of Skull (Interference)”focuses on how light reacts to different materials on the substrate, more specifically with dry mica pigments.

Most Masc Man, 2018
Black John Doe, 2018
Mother and Child, 2018
Yoko’s Last Day At The Bathhouse, 2012
Self Portrait (Samsara), 2014
The Very Last Supper, 2011-2012
Bound Ham (The Root of All Suffering is Desire), 2013
The Blessed Virgin, 2012
A Cat Beckons, 2018
Fruits of My Loins, 2013-2015
Life As We Know It, 2013-2014
Alone at Sea, 2014
The Day Will Come When Our Silence Will Be More Powerful than the Voices You Are Throttling Today, 2013-2014
Color Study of Skull (Self-Portrait: CMYK), 2013
Color Study of Skull (Interference), 2013
Most Masc Man, 2018

Acrylic Paint and Mylar Pigment on Canvas
36” x 48”
A portrait of a cisgender white man with a blurred/pixelized face, making the identity unknown.

Black John Doe, 2018

Acrylic Paint on Canvas

48" x 36"

This is a portrait of an unknown African-American man holding a cat in this blurred/pixelated image. Almost iconographic and enigmatic, one must wonder who this person is and what has happened to him. 

Mother and Child, 2018

Acrylic Paint, Gold Leaf, and Mica Pigments on Canvas over Board

24” x 30”

Yoko’s Last Day At The Bathhouse, 2012

Acrylic on Canvas on Hardboard

48.5”x 42.25”

A maternal memory of childhood experiences at the Japanese bath houses.

Self Portrait (Samsara), 2014

Acrylic, Silver Leaf, Patina, and Foil on Canvas

36” x 36”

This self portrait isn’t really a self portrait of me, but more of a personification of how I’m responding to events happening even to this day. The figure is vulnerable, naked, and exposed.

The Very Last Supper, 2011-2012

Acrylic, Silver Leaf, and Mica Pigment on Canvas on Hardboard

19”x 48”

Bound Ham (The Root of All Suffering is Desire), 2013

Acrylic, Dry Mica Pigment, and Gold Leaf on Canvas

24”x 24”

Bound Ham (The Root of All Suffering is Desire)” explore a Buddhist value in its primal teachings, as suffering is derived from desire. The flesh and hint of dripping blood suggests human qualities and a subtext of sexual innuendos exists within the subject matter. 

The Blessed Virgin, 2012

Acrylic on Canvas on Hardboard

24” x 24”

A Cat Beckons, 2018

Acrylic and Gold Leaf on Canvas

24" x 36"

A stray cat that has been taken in by the shopkeeper, albeit under meager means, takes care of the creature. In return for the hospitality, the cat invites in potential customers in.

Fruits of My Loins, 2013-2015

Acrylic, Mica Pigments, and Gloss Varnish on Hardboard

18" x 24"

Life As We Know It, 2013-2014

Acrylic, Dry Mica Pigment, and Gold Leaf on Canvas
30” x 40”
“Life as We Know It” follows its portrayal of excess and the sweet things in life in the series of metal-leafed Japanophilistic paintings. The artist nods at the decorative power of Japanese motifs and artisanship while contradicting its sensibilities with bold colors, animated avatars, and diverse content.

Alone at Sea, 2014

Acrylic Seriagraph Ink on Screen-Printing Paper

21.5” x 27” in frame

One lonely skull is depicted floating in the middle of the vast ocean. Despair seems to cloud the surreal figure.

The Day Will Come When Our Silence Will Be More Powerful than the Voices You Are Throttling Today, 2013-2014

Inkjet Ink Monotype, Oil Pastel, and Alcohol Maker on Fabriano Paper

13”x 10”

This work exhibits an early practice of digital monotype using an inkjet printer and traditional printing processes.

Color Study of Skull (Self-Portrait: CMYK), 2013

Acrylic, Gold Leaf and Dry Mica Pigment on Fabriano Paper

13" x 17.5"

Genuine gold leaf is used in the background to contrast with the cool colored bone structures as the warmer pink shaded flowers and yellow-green stems lightly rests on top.

Color Study of Skull (Interference), 2013

Acrylic and Dry Mica Pigment on Fabriano Paper

11" x 17.5"

Color Study of Skull (Interference)”focuses on how light reacts to different materials on the substrate, more specifically with dry mica pigments.

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