As the heatwave continued in August so did I with mural number four. This mural would be the biggest and final one of four large murals completed in three weeks. I have been wanting to paint a landscape for quite some time and this one could be considered an oxymoron because it is in total […]
This past Friday, March 7, was the opening of the annual Armory Shows in New York City. During the first weekend in March, this event takes place here in the Big Apple where many internationally galleries converge and convert warehouses, convention centers and the armories into gallery spaces for the thousands of people in attendance. […]
Joe Meloy and I headed to upstate New York on July 8th and met with Ryan Cronin for a special silo art project at Tuthilltown Spirits. Each of us had a silo to create on. Hudson Whiskey | Tuthilltown Spirits is a family run farm distillery using rye, corn and apples from local farmers to […]
The baby, from the painting ‘Portrait of an Artist’, is on the high bank of the cemetery, comfortable and content, oblivious to what lies ahead in the future called life. Although the baby is captive to art, he is also the master. The baby is wearing a shackle on his wrist which is attached by […]
This figure is Michelangelo’s sculpture of ‘David‘, but as a contemporary street artist. The David is holding a spray paint can in his hand in place of the sling shot used to slay Goliath, rather this David slays the walls. In the other hand is the roller with a bucket of paste at his feet. […]
The acrylic tubes and can of spray paint act as headstones within the ‘graveyard of life and death’.
The window in this scene, is the proverbial “window of opportunity”, but this window is not so easily accessible, as seen in the bars, but the ‘divine light of the future’ on the other side of the window is bright and promising. The cathedral shape design is a reference to the spirituality of the artist […]