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comets across a Strawberry Banana spance 3 & 4

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vertical monolith

This is a sibling to the other tree monolith, although they were painted about a week apart. They’re both about 8′ by 4′ and this one makes its own unique music against its trees when the wind blows. It was a splatter job, and is even possessing in its folds some chunks of hard, unfluid paint that was unwilling to liquify before being applied. It was through these these chunks that i was able to draw the twisting lines you’ll see, not by touching the paint, but by manipulating the canvas.
Ty

tree painting

This is a big fun work, drip and splatter painted on thin old ruff plywood. I really felt the ghost of Pollock at my back on this one. I really almost indian-danced around it like it was totem pole. I love this painting.

Comets across a Strawberry Banana spance 1 & 2

These are spray painted as base and lined and dotted with thrown acrylic. These are breakthroughs and not for sale. Still, tell me if you like the gist. This style is much easier to reproduce, which means i might be breaking my own guarantee as un-forgeable. But that is more pertaining to the canvas manipulation pieces. These comet ones are a departure from that style, especially where spray paint is concerned.
Ty

Garden Canopy

I stretched and racked this piece myself, its probably going to remain not for sale for now. I love it. It’s like looking up through the garden canopy. This is the painting that helped me solidify my comets or, in this case, stems. I like the randomness of flowers and trees all bunched into cohesion.
Ty

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