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Traditional Art

Autumn

5″ x 9.5″ – $20
India Ink/Ink on Bristol Board

       

This is a traditional version of the face card Queen of Diamonds I did for my Playing Series. This was done completely with India Ink and iridescent gold ink (image on the left was scanned, the image on the right was photographed to try to show the iridescence.)

Green Man

4.5″ x 6″ – $5 + shipping
India Ink/Ink/Copic Markers on Bristol Board


This re-imagining of Green Man from European mythologies (found elsewhere, as well,) is a “rebirth” of the concept of Green Man. Done in India Ink (ink technical pens,) Copic Markers, and Bombay colored inks. This is just a little whimsical picture I drew while thinking of faeries and Celtic mythologies, and Jethro Tull, and…other substances.

Untitled

20″ x 16″ – $100 + shipping
Acrylic, Inkjet (the text captions) on canvas

Mixed Media: acrylic on canvas, print paper. I did this as a combination of three artists for a school project. Mixing Barbara Kruger with two other artists’ styles. It was a lot of fun to make. Semi-self portrait. I don’t really have green skin 😉

 

Dreamscapes: Starry, Starry Night

20″ x 16″- $55 + shipping

Acrylic on canvas. This piece was displayed as part of the 2009 Opposition: Adversity and Appropriation exhibit. This specific work is just one in a set of “appropriated” works inspired by other artists. Dreamscapes: Starry, Starry Night was paired with Impression: Daylight Again (sold). Fitting in theme with the idea of appropriation, this piece borrows from some of my two main inspirations: “traditional” art and manga (this theme is seen throughout the whole appropriation section of the exhibition). Here is combined both my love of Expressionism (Van Gogh specifically) and Manga.

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