Oil and pigment on Canvas
Oil on Canvas
Published as exemplary student work in the Art Students League of New York’s 2017/2018 catalog
Oil on Paper
Watercolors, graphite, charcoal and acrylic spray on Paper
Watercolors on Paper
Watercolors and rubber on Paper
Conte crayons and acrylic spray on Paper
Watercolors, graphite, and rubber on Paper
Watercolors, graphite and acrylic spray on Paper
Charcoal and acrylic spray on Paper
Charcoal, crayons, and acrylic spray on Paper
Inkjet on Paper
It's a painterly writing as it describes two scenes.
It's flash writing in that it's short.
It utilizes conceptual writing elements of detached descriptiveness.
It's original in that its character development is done in the title. The title also tells you what the work is about. That's what titles are for.
It describes, profound sadness, detachment, greed, a hypermodern world, anxiety and futility of life.
It is a natural product of my painting.