I love personifying inanimate objects. Bringing a chair to life and giving it a roll in a story is exciting. You can elicit these connections from people because they are familiar things. I adore seeing the extraordinary and unexpected coming from the ordinary objects we pass by every day.
This is a signed original painting on hemlock back framed with spruce.
This painting deals with domestic violence against women. I think it also describes aptly the fear and isolation some of us are experiencing right now given the current climate in the world and right here on our own doorsteps.
Rock music has often been referred to as the “Devil’s Music”. Taking inspiration from Wonder’s “Superstition”, and the lyric “The Devil’s on His Way” it was important to capture this legend in his earlier years
This is a visual realization of one woman’s experience with domestic violence. Sometimes images are hard to process and look at. They can also start important conversations pertaining to the subject of violence against women.