Progression photos of my 78'x24.5’ MVP board oil paintings from earlier this year. This one took 100-120 hours to complete and has a sister painting of the same size! It was so much fun to make and I got buff carrying it around everywhere, haha.


Believe it or not, these vibrant images are not silkscreened, instead they are examples of pochoir, a refined stencil-based printmaking technique popular in the late 19th century through the 1930’s originating in Paris.

From Kaleidoscope: Ornements Abstraits by Ad Verneuil (NK1535 .V47 Cage).

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