Today’s artwork, named in a moment of either madness or randomness. This has nothing to do with bunnies. I swear it!
This is Danny Darr, one of my best friends, the drummer in the jazz trio I’m in, and one of the best men I know. Danny doesn’t necessarily like pictures of himself, but this one was ok:
I usually do not like images of myself, but I love what you did! I think portraits would work really well with what you do, because having something as personal and familiar as a face lets one see just how fragmented and artistic your technique is.
A new direction, more or less, for the new year. This one is the grand canyon stretched and stretched and manipulated.
I’ve decided to call this series Modified, since that’s really what I’m doing. Madly modifying and remaking anew.
This incredibly cool swirl of (I think) paint was in the middle of an undeveloped street in a future subdivision near my house. It could be someone’s art… but I can’t imagine why anyone would just go out there in the middle of a street with no houses and do this.
On the other hand, I was out there taking a photo of it.
These were alternate images from a commission I did last year for Holt-Lunsford. I’d forgotten to show them until now. One shows downtown Fort Worth from the Cash America parking garage, the other from the levee across from the Pier One building.
Hello and greetings!
I’m working on something new, obviously, and thought it was high time to share with you all. I’ll be curious to hear what everyone else sees when they look at this.
Have you liked the page for my artwork? Go on over to Konvolution on Facebook and click like, if you like what you’re seeing!
I had a great night on Saturday night. Met lots of people, had some very interesting conversations, made new friends. Completely and utterly failed to take pictures until just before I walked out the door. Brilliant, eh?
Over the holidays, a couple in California commissioned three pieces as a Christmas present to each other. They were gracious enough to let me post them here!