Several of my traditional-style paintings are on display right now at Out of the Blue Gallery in Cambridge. Theme is: edibles. Traditional still life but with a little extra… edge of intensity? Something... Read More
I love saturated color, whimsical characters and fantastic, dreamlike imagery informed by iconic elements from our collective visual culture.
Some of my current projects involve large colorful paintings and murals, lit by intense saturated color-changing LED lights (“kinetic light”); This method causes the colors in the painting to seem to flip, move and swap as the light color changes, highlighting different forms and hidden elements. As the lighting cycles through various combinations of colors, the pigments also appear to change color, swap and move in surprising ways, forming a moving wall of color and shape. (See some examples)
The Washington Post:
East City Art:
“…impressive contribution to the street and building-scape and to the Arts in Hyattsville” –East City Art
Two are already in place, and we aim to finish the whole project, a proposed 12 designs, after the weather starts cooperating again in Spring of 2014.
(Read more on the project’s website | See project page at Harbor Arts: “The 1000ft Tattoo”)
I just debuted a new kinetic light painting at FirstLight, the new media/ interactive/ electronic arts gallery space at the Hynes Convention Center for the Boston First Night New Year’s Eve celebration. This... Read More