This 2ft x 3ft canvas (image below) is one of many pieces that was displayed and sold at my exhibition in Virginia in December of 2012.
I am an East Coast based artist who, through my work, seeks to utilize various harmonies and ideas to visually engage the audience. I also use my art as an opportunity to experiment with the range of possibilities allowed through my choice of materials, spray paint and hand cut stencils.
My work captures spaces of partial or full illumination between the perfect shadows on all sides of a person or an object. The artwork conveys the real beauty of the subject. The viewer is able to appreciate the simplicity, splendor and exquisiteness of my work and the subject. The work is raw, it’s stripped back, it’s honest.
I am vehemently opposed to using art as a means to rely on overly-complex theories or ideas to prop up mediocre images. I believe that the quality of the actual work is what is paramount.
Here is the latest piece that will be at my upcoming exhibition in Virginia. Exhibition runs from September 16th – December. I will be there on opening night as well. For more info about my exhibition and location click the following link —> Art Cafe 26 or email me! Hope to see you there!!
This latest piece is Spray Paint on canvas, 3ft x 3ft, and was inspired by a trip to Baltimore.