ACRYLIC ON CANVAS
ACRYLIC ON CANVAS
Seat Of A Discerning Soul
30'' x 40'' - Acrylic on Canvas In balance, harmony and determination, your soul will use your direct and creative energies to guide your consciousness through focusing the mind's eye on the present. Commissioned Piece - Not available for sale
Life in Equilibrium
20'' x 36'' [Two 16'' x 20'' Canvases] Acrylic and Ink on Canvas Sold at JDRF 2019 Promise Gala
24'' x 36'' - Acrylic on Canvas This piece initiated my entire career in painting. It represents the hidden gems and untapped potentials that would remain dormant if we are not happy to explore what might come out of our creative minds.
36” x 48” Acrylic on Canvas This monochromatic piece personifies the single filter life slaps onto people's eyes when they let it turn them bitter; transforming them into victims of circumstance who lose sight of their ability to govern their fate. Callous individuals develop a galvanizing nature and lose the peace within until they conform and become comfortably numb; alive but not fully living.
La Vie Aujourd'hui..
24” x 27” - Acrylic on Canvas This piece reverberates with today's foundations of our society that brainwash us into believing that life has one (Man-made) purpose. Society has trapped us by instilling in us a desire to progress and reach up while masking and controlling the truth that can set us free. It echoes different attitudes people embrace while chasing happiness; not understanding the essence behind feeding their souls along the journey.
Heaven, Hell & Rollercoasters
16” x 20” - Acrylic on Canvas This piece mirrors the thin line that exists between finding the life/essence within and the presumptions that keep us stagnant in our delusions. We have to rid ourselves of our rigidity and our impoverished identities/labels that we've allowed to control and limit our creativity. Heaven and Hell are two earthly roller-coaster rides. It is up to us to either wither and blame it on the absence of the sun, or flourish regardless by finding the strength within.
36" x 48" Acrylic on Canvas. The Serpent runs the factory incognito, the worm is its servant and bouncer; protecting the Pearl and the Golden Gates. The Rat represents the worker, running an interminable race. While the Elephant is a symbol of mass consciousness's wisdom and strength, quenching his thirst with polluted and controlled water; giving birth to delusion and allowing a misuse of power.
Rings of Time
28'' x 49'' - Acrylic On Canvas Being stuck and controlled by the Past or too jaded by what the Future might hold will hinder your performance and Happiness in the Present moment. The Past is too selective and structured by memories and emotions; whereas the Future is too fluid, unpredictable and ever-changing. Realize that the Present is the only time of Creation and Evolution... One will be desolate by going down the staircase of the past or riding the shadow of the Future. Commissioned- Sold
The Grand Design
16” x 20” - Acrylic On Canvas It's easy to get caught up in stereotypes but life is much grander and more significant than that. Even though the lines are made of different colors, thicknesses and textures and don’t follow the same direction or pattern, they still work together to bring forth a composition that is Alive. Our society has created a false image of role-hierarchy and we can’t see how we’re all interdependent and equal. Every system is multilateral.
36'' x 48'' Acrylic on Canvas - Conditioning is real and most Adults lose the Zest they once had as children. One has to wake up to the accumulating bitterness and fight it.
20'' X 24'' Acylic on Canvas Creativity dissipates in a world that is obsessed with success. Male energy has dominated the course of cultural, economic and political evolution while competition has ruled out vulnerable communication and compromise.Our focus has been shifted away from the beauty of creation, estranging us to the sympathy that gratifies life's beautiful intricacies and discourages destruction. What would life be like if our identity was the result of a Matriarchal past?