I finished up these two water tank abstracts today. They are mixed media pieces: acrylic, spray paint, and collage. They are unique pieces because they bridge both my abstracts and cityscapes, but I'm including them in the cityscapes paintings section on my website.
Rockaway Floods, acrylic, spray paint and collage on panel, 24x48, 2013
Lakeview Platform, acrylic, spray paint and collage on panel, 24x48, 2013
I'm back from Europe as of a couple days ago (some pics forthcoming). I was inspired by museums and galleries in Paris and the Bienalle art exhibition in Venice. Not to mention all of the architecture and street life in both cities.
Back in the studio yesterday and today. I picked up a couple paintings where I left off and started a few new ones. The new ones are more minimalist than the other recent paintings but I think they still all work together so far. We'll see where this experiment leads...
I'm excited to announce that three images of
my cityscape paintings will be included in an exhibition in New York
City. They will be projected on flat screens and large-scale on a wall. Here's one of the images that will be included:
West Loop Cityscape, acrylic on canvas, 24x48, 2012
I recently licensed my Brooklyn Bridge photo to a Norwegian indie rock band, The Grindstones. I also designed the cover image for their song "Brooklyn" which will be released as a digital single on Spotify soon. You can hear the song along with some others over on their website.