Hello friends, settle in for some real talk. I don’t know what it is, but making art doesn’t feel 100% aligned anymore. I mean, sometimes it does, and sometimes it doesn’t. I feel confused. I’ve been feeling like it’s time to add something new into the mix for a long time. Long-form video content, longer form storytelling, vloggy content, creativity classes, art history classes. Enrichment beyond images. I love being silly. I want to bring that in. So many thoughts and ideas. Let me know - what would you like to see beyond art?
"There is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people." Howard Zinn "Imperial privilege is this strange ability on the part of the U.S. public to “shrug off” the consequences experienced by people impacted by the direct and indirect result of U.S. militarism." Ajamu Baraka
Women's March on the Pentagon, Sunday October 21, 2018, be there or be a square imperialist 😈🤖
How do you all title your abstract paintings?
I have a few different methods that I’ll be sharing in my upcoming #abstractmojo online class. Sometimes something just jumps out at me like the “chicken little” in the bottom right corner of this piece. So there it is....
New available work
“The Sky is Falling”
Acrylic on paper (unframed)
7x7”. $140 includes worldwide shipping. Please comment sold below if it belongs to you ❤️
Ps if you’d like to receive a free mini online class on Abstract approaches in the lead up to my new Abstract Mojo class launching next month, just shoot me a DM and I’ll get it out to you in a couple of weeks!
"Inferno" 🔥 This is a recent acrylic pour painting I did that is actually shades of pink and black IRL but, as I was pouring, it reminded me of flames when then reminded me of radiation and my breast cancer treatment experience. It became cathartic. So I took a photo of the painting and manipulated the colors to look like flames. A friend said it "looks like chemo burning cancer cells" 👍🏻 #ilikethat