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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.


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.

Guitar on the Tree at the beginning of my driveway

Did i mention i paint guitars? Hell, i’ll paint anything. I have a playable guitar that i painted as well. This one is my address marker “Turn right at the painted guitar, dudes.”


This is the biggest painting i’ve ever done. It’s 15 feet vertical/ 10, horizontal. Right now its hanging more like a flag or a tapestry outside off of my porch balcony and i think it will remain outside, unsold, in my collection so only the sunshine and rain can really own it. It is a piece i’m very proud of. It is unique amongst all my work. The methods used to paint it are mine to know and yours to wonder.


Kyla on KylasSky
Quinn Corte on TheHoustonZoo
Susanne on Comets across a Strawberry Ban…
Tyler Darvintyne on #12
Tyler Darvintyne on #32


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