Long Road

Sometimes it’s a joy just to work on a small scale canvas or paper, just to put something down, to clear the air, let whatever’s pent up just go through the fingers. Long roads, but thankfully not lone roads, not all the time at least. 8″ x 8″; acrylic on canvas

Milton Avery

Regardless of whether you’ve heard of Milton Avery or not, his work will speak for him. His figures and his colors, so simple but of so much expression. Simplicity is something I’ve always struggled with, and I enviously admire those who bath in it with a glass of champagne on the side.  

Windows – Tishk Barzanji

I only recently stumbled upon Tishk Barzanji’s work, yet somehow it’s as if I’ve seen the ingredients of his pieces before, in everything, everywhere. But they’re all in their perfect form here, in a delicious soup of modern nostalgia. It’s a common saying that great art has depth, as in a depth that keeps your…

Bold Symphonies – Arvind Kolapkar

Sometimes I’m guilty of forgetting that art is such a diverse and endless landscape, and I get stuck trotting on well known grounds and never leave. It’s works from artists such as Arvind Kolapkar that snaps me out of that daze and plays me a different note, and I become amazed at how personal his…

The Vegas Trap

Jumbled thoughts and feelings about my time here…  

Yasunari Ikenaga

Japanese artists and their prints! There is no debate the absolute mastery they have in that area. The complexity lies in the balance of simplicity, really. The colors and block prints in Ikenaga‘s work is such a wonderful mix of old and new, I can’t help but be mesmerized.  

Industrial Zen

On the heels of the last post, I’ve always been quite enamored with the color and form of an industrial, wabi-sabi styled architecture and home decor. The combined texture of metal, aged and colored wood, with dark ceramic interior decors exudes this soothing, rustic feel of times past and at the same moment, embraces modern…