Learning to Dance, 2019 Oil on linen, 54 x 48 inches Two people, one of high anxiety, the other curious and open, meet to dance for the first time under a bandshell. Arms and legs swirl about in ineptitude and clumsiness. An allegory about the beginnings of new love, the painting also features a checkerboard floor referring to the rectangular grid of the canvas, inferring that painting too is a kind of awkward dance. $4000

Learning to Dance, 2019
Oil on linen, 54 x 48 inches
Two people, one of high anxiety, the other curious and open, meet to dance for the first time under a bandshell. Arms and legs swirl about in ineptitude and clumsiness. An allegory about the beginnings of new love, the painting also features a checkerboard floor referring to the rectangular grid of the canvas, inferring that painting too is a kind of awkward dance.
$4000

 Pointing Fingers, 2018 Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 inches A phalanx of camera lens, point at hands pointing back. Observation meets accusation. $1400

Pointing Fingers, 2018
Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 inches
A phalanx of camera lens, point at hands pointing back. Observation meets accusation.
$1400

 News Crowdsourcer’s Hand, 2018 Lithographer’s crayon on paper, 24 x 18 inches A hand bound by a portable video camera decides what is newsworthy. $200 unframed

News Crowdsourcer’s Hand, 2018
Lithographer’s crayon on paper, 24 x 18 inches
A hand bound by a portable video camera decides what is newsworthy.
$200 unframed

 Judge Shrug, (Help!), 2019 Oil on wood, 25.5 x 21.5 inches On a fictional plain undergoing catastrophe, a beatle-esque figure in judge’s robes raises open hands, feigning blamelessness. A tiny mouth offers no further clarity or opinion. $800

Judge Shrug, (Help!), 2019
Oil on wood, 25.5 x 21.5 inches
On a fictional plain undergoing catastrophe, a beatle-esque figure in judge’s robes raises open hands, feigning blamelessness. A tiny mouth offers no further clarity or opinion.
$800

 The Squad Going Back, 2019 Charcoal on cotton rag paper, 30 x 22 inches An critical imagining of the four female congresswomen known as The Squad, on a dingy seen from above, forced to leave America after the President’s insulting tweet “Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came.” $400 unframed

The Squad Going Back, 2019
Charcoal on cotton rag paper, 30 x 22 inches
An critical imagining of the four female congresswomen known as The Squad, on a dingy seen from above, forced to leave America after the President’s insulting tweet “Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came.”
$400 unframed

 White’s Island, 2019 Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper, 30 x 22 inches Part oil-rig, part shanty-town, a future where polluting and isolating tribalism meet climate change. $350 unframed (SOLD)

White’s Island, 2019
Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper, 30 x 22 inches
Part oil-rig, part shanty-town, a future where polluting and isolating tribalism meet climate change.
$350 unframed (SOLD)

 On A Pedestal, 2019 Oil on wood, 21.5 x 18 inches Two women, or is it one? embrace or assist a puppet-like boy sculpture crouched on a pedestal.His blank eye and submissive posture suggest an internal negation of his position. $550

On A Pedestal, 2019
Oil on wood, 21.5 x 18 inches
Two women, or is it one? embrace or assist a puppet-like boy sculpture crouched on a pedestal.His blank eye and submissive posture suggest an internal negation of his position.
$550

 Hard to Swallow, 2019 Oil on wood, 21.5 x 18 inches A lone figure clutches his throat, choking in disbelief about the careless “spin” given to stewardship of our planet and peoples. $550

Hard to Swallow, 2019
Oil on wood, 21.5 x 18 inches
A lone figure clutches his throat, choking in disbelief about the careless “spin” given to stewardship of our planet and peoples.
$550

 Selfie Crying, 2016-2019 Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper, 30 x 22 inches Based on an image of the artist’s face, Selfie Crying imagines a wide-eyed stunned sadness about the turn of events and change we are experiencing in our current world order. $350 Unframed

Selfie Crying, 2016-2019
Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper, 30 x 22 inches
Based on an image of the artist’s face, Selfie Crying imagines a wide-eyed stunned sadness about the turn of events and change we are experiencing in our current world order.
$350 Unframed

 The Happy Astronaut, 2019 Oil on linen 22 x 22.5 inches A portrait painted from an image of Harrison Schmitt, floating “upside-down” while returning from the moon during the Apollo 17 mission. The first scientist to walk on the moon, he described it as a “an infinite, giant trampoline”, suggesting that cross-country skis would be the best way to traverse the surface. Photographer of the famous “Blue Marble” portrait of Earth, his optimism about our planet is inspiring. $650

The Happy Astronaut, 2019
Oil on linen 22 x 22.5 inches
A portrait painted from an image of Harrison Schmitt, floating “upside-down” while returning from the moon during the Apollo 17 mission. The first scientist to walk on the moon, he described it as a “an infinite, giant trampoline”, suggesting that cross-country skis would be the best way to traverse the surface. Photographer of the famous “Blue Marble” portrait of Earth, his optimism about our planet is inspiring.
$650

 Zoomorphic Redaction Series #1, 2019 Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper 30 x 22 inches Solid flag-like rectangular blocks obfuscate gesticulating animalistic forms, suggesting that human-kind organized into nations over biological forms of organization lead to demise. $350 unframed

Zoomorphic Redaction Series #1, 2019
Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper 30 x 22 inches
Solid flag-like rectangular blocks obfuscate gesticulating animalistic forms, suggesting that human-kind organized into nations over biological forms of organization lead to demise.
$350 unframed

 Zoomorphic Redaction Series #2, 2019 Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper 30 x 22 inches Solid flag-like rectangular blocks obfuscate gesticulating animalistic forms, suggesting that human-kind organized into nations over biological forms of organization lead to demise. $350 unframed

Zoomorphic Redaction Series #2, 2019
Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper 30 x 22 inches
Solid flag-like rectangular blocks obfuscate gesticulating animalistic forms, suggesting that human-kind organized into nations over biological forms of organization lead to demise.
$350 unframed

 Zoomorphic Redaction Series #3, 2019 Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper 30 x 22 inches Solid flag-like rectangular blocks obfuscate gesticulating animalistic forms, suggesting that human-kind organized into nations over biological forms of organization lead to demise. $350 unframed

Zoomorphic Redaction Series #3, 2019
Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper 30 x 22 inches
Solid flag-like rectangular blocks obfuscate gesticulating animalistic forms, suggesting that human-kind organized into nations over biological forms of organization lead to demise.
$350 unframed

 Zoomorphic Redaction Series #4, 2019 Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper 30 x 22 inches Solid flag-like rectangular blocks obfuscate gesticulating animalistic forms, suggesting that human-kind organized into nations over biological forms of organization lead to demise. $350 unframed

Zoomorphic Redaction Series #4, 2019
Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper 30 x 22 inches
Solid flag-like rectangular blocks obfuscate gesticulating animalistic forms, suggesting that human-kind organized into nations over biological forms of organization lead to demise.
$350 unframed

 Owl-Spirit with Bell-Bottomed Foot, 2019 Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper, 44 x 30.5 inches An internal landscape is seen with a river flowing forward transforming into a leg and foot. A moon hovers above forming one eye of the owl-spirit. The other eye is that of a boy partially concealed and protected by the Gaia-like figure. $1400 unframed

Owl-Spirit with Bell-Bottomed Foot, 2019
Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper, 44 x 30.5 inches
An internal landscape is seen with a river flowing forward transforming into a leg and foot. A moon hovers above forming one eye of the owl-spirit. The other eye is that of a boy partially concealed and protected by the Gaia-like figure.
$1400 unframed

 Apartment Arsonist, 2019 Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper, 44 x 30.5 inches Inspired by the horrific and tragic 2017 Grenfell tower fire in London, this work features a figure with limbs of fire and a body of a blackened apartment building, surrounded by swirling flame and smoke. $1400 unframed

Apartment Arsonist, 2019
Chalk pastel on cotton rag paper, 44 x 30.5 inches
Inspired by the horrific and tragic 2017 Grenfell tower fire in London, this work features a figure with limbs of fire and a body of a blackened apartment building, surrounded by swirling flame and smoke.
$1400 unframed