Hey friends, come on down to the Redwood Cafe tomorrow night from 6-9pm for my art show! There will be live music, and food, and you can ask me to tell the story about this evening walk in Wyoming. See you there!
'...So I Became Nothing At All', textured acrylic on canvas board, 12" x 14". I gently dry-brushed copper paint around and edging the textured 'dissolving' areas, giving it a 3D, glowing-from-within effect. Unframed and available on my Big Cartel store.
A lot of people don’t truly see the scale of this wall until they see me in front of it. I’m avoiding the ladder as much as I can, but I will have to use it for the top of his hair. It’s much taller than it looks. 🙃 #mural#MLK
All of my paintings have a meaning behind them. A story to tell. Every brush stroke made with intention. A lot of them I make based off of feeling. There isn’t necessarily a logic behind them but rather an emotion. A flow of energy.
Lately I have come to the understanding that in order to change my external world, I must change my internal world. Our lives are made up of habits. We have the choice every day to do the same things we have always done, or we can change our thoughts and habits to create a new reality.
Unbecome to become.
In un-binding the stitches of our being we have the ability to create and become really whoever we want to be.
The snake in this painting is symbolic of change. Of shedding old layers in order to grow into who we truly are. The snake sheds its skin with grace and ease and doesn’t look back. The snake also sheds its skin over and over again. We are not stuck in our ways. We are constantly evolving. Like a river, ever flowing. Like the snake, ever expanding.