40X50 inch painting 1 (titles are not my thing)
29X50 inch painting (titles are not my thing)
I paint on a wooden board, then pour epoxy art resin over the painting. After the resin cures, I continue to paint. I also scrape through dried paint revealing layers below the surface. I repeat the cycle several times.
Look closely at the paintings. You can see the built-up layers of paint and clear resin resembling fused glass. That’s what makes my artwork different. The painting has a luminous depth with the paint/resin layering technique that allows you to look into the piece, not just at the surface.
Some paintings include wax pencil, paper, and metal sandpaper grit. And yes, I use a ruler and tape when blending color with brushes.
My work is considered “color field” or “hard edge color field”. I juxtapose bold, opaque colors with more sensitive transparent layers. I work to create a visually powerful emotion for the viewer, hopefully a “I have to take that home!” kind of reaction.