Most of my hand made art is not a traditionally realistic representation of the human form, but it’s also not meant to be. While strict replication of reality is one of the most skillful endeavors in the artistic spectrum, I prefer to reserve the levels of accuracy required to complete a successful image in a purely representative manner for the digital space. It’s just more interesting to me to work realistically on the computer. This allows me the freedom to explore more of a narrative manner of representation. The form implies the meaning instead of your expectations of the ways certain subject matters are traditionally depicted driving to reinforce narrow assumptions of meaning. Most are just exploration of form as a way of representing emotion.
These are my paintings. Most are done in acrylic paint either on clear acrylic plastic or plain canvas.
These are my drawing which are done in both colored and graphite pencil.