Oracle

The entire day has been given over to this piece, which means I really am in no state of mind to be objective about it. If I like it in the morning, then it’ll be on the wall at Thumbprint come Saturday-if not, I’ll crack the fucker over my knee.

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Dogwork and lapcats

Save for a few highlights,the larger scale version of ‘Is there Life After Death’ is virtually complete.

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Trinity study

Title: Trinity Size: 11″ x 14″ Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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Pretty England

“And into the sea goes pretty England and me” This is a Low-Blur

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Minimal Trust

I went with my original instinct, and decided to deviate from the dense green cloud of the original comp, by painting a simple cream impasto for the background.

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Skull sanctuary

The paint flowed with ease tonight-oil heady in my nostrils again-autopilot style with Elbow on loop.

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Sacred Ground

“His little bloody rag of a person didn’t look as if it could ever get up again, much less hurt anyone. It was only a child. A wounded child.” John Ajvide Lindqvist, Let the Right One In

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Skull stripped bare

The scaled up ‘Life after death’ was losing something in the spontaneity of the original, so I erased it, and started fresh.

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San Diego Art journal-mini documentary

In between a crushing workload, I sat down with the San Diego Art journal this week,for a filmed interview. Despite the horror of being faced with my mug, I am surprisingly lucid. Great production too, with nice ominous soundtrack. Thank you John Lidot and Mark Jesinoski. Enjoy:  

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Disambiguous Foresight

Title: Disambiguous Foresight (Visions of the Afterlife) Size: 11 ” x 14″ Medium: Acrylic on canvas

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