One of my favorite subjects is the Urban Lanscape. I am fascinated with the ever-changing dynamics of a city in transition. I gather inspiration from historic buildings, urban decay, gardens and the layers of texture a city provides. I often go on a bike ride with a camera in hand and explore the area I live.
Here are some samples of works in progress.
“Urban Landscape: Moses on Buffalo Bayou” oil on maple panel. Painting is completed waiting to be varnished.
“Urban Landscape: Moses on Buffalo Bayou” closeup
“Urban Landscape: Discussion” oil on maple panel.
Near Completion. The sky was repainted due to a scratch. The trees and electric poles need to be added.
“The God’s are Angry” watercolor on Crescent archival watercolor board
This painting was inspired my trip to New York in October with an artist friend seeking gallery representation. The God Heads were seperated guarding the right and the left of an entrance door in the Chelsea District of New York City.