The Absolute series of paintings often pairs natural elements along side more man-made subject matter. As I explore my surroundings for content that matches with the overall vision of my next piece, I find that my work naturally has corresponding seasons with the world around me. This year’s spring has brought with it new inspirations and new adaptations. Now introducing Absolute: Mend, my latest oil painting. Continue reading to see more of this piece.
One of the best parts about technology is that it’s always improving. This continual advancement also allows for artists to improve the quality of their images regularly. Recently I’ve gotten “Absolute’s Complement” back from its travels and I have taken the opportunity to re-shoot the painting. Read on for more.
If you’ve purchased an educational textbook in the past 100+ years, you’ve most likely heard of the publishing company where my latest exhibition is held.McGraw-Hill Education Companiesspecializes in developing adapted learning practices and educational resources for students, teachers, administrators, and parents.
This week marks the first exhibition of the SnackHacks and ToeHeads together in one showing of selected works. While the current show is held exclusively for the employees at the McGraw-Hill headquarters, I’ve been given special permission to document the show for my online galleries.
Every group needs a leader. CottonCandy Cow is this for the SnackHacks. Acting as the reluctantly appointed patriarch of the group, CottonCandy Cow tends to stand as the voice of reason for the rest of the SnackHacks. Though he’s not always the most personable soul in the bunch, he’s somehow always leaned on when the going gets tough.
Part Holstein dairy cow, part cotton candy maker, this guy would rather be left alone in his science lab rather than be bothered by other’s issues. And yet, Dr. Cow (Ph.D not M.D.) seems to always be trying to keep the SnackHack’s world from tipping into chaos.