Acrylic on Patterned Wood. This is the first real painted portrait, did attempt it in the past but just for practice and more about outlines. Photo of my fellow artist friend Barry. Painting was a welcomed change, will commit to more at some point.
This acylic painting on wood was done during January 2016, it was one of three I did just before returning to sketching . This was a very popular site for me growing up as a child.
The area with a body of water where boats are docked giving easy assess to board or disembark, (being people or goods) right in the heart of our city Bridgetown. Acrylic on wood.
A native design to our region. Mostly of wood with bit of brick, for some more than others. Acrylic on wood.
(i) I sought to replicate the look of stain glass using paint. This is a series of 2 and I named them ‘Twin’. Fraternal like my younger brother and sister. He has the cooler hues. Acrylic on board.
(ii) My idea of Stained glass with more vibrant hues. She is the sister in the twin. Acrylic on board.
A piece from 2004, just added some colour to give it new life, it is the only one of five I kept. Acrylic on canvas. Makes me think of hiking. 5 ft+ × 4ft+
Acrylic on canvas (at home in Mass). Neutral tones of the sculpted rocks in Arizona and sunlight trying to peer on through. Though most just view it as abstract, it’s quite real. Actual size 5+ × 4+, entire piece not captured.
Acrylic on canvas, wall art for dining/kitchen openspace, country style. Warm and cozy ambience. Bon appetite!
May 2016: First time experimenting with oil paints, these were done on burlap. To accentuate a pair of chairs in similar colour and part textile.