In addition to the work for CUE, I am happy to announce I will also be debuting one new piece for NARWHAL ART PROJECTS' upcoming show,MOON ROOM! Opening october 18th, with many other talented artists! I’m excited. Here’s a detail shot of the 15” x 15” piece.
Tonight!!! At Gallery 1988 (West) is the opening of “Postcard Correspondence” from 7-10. Here is my piece based on the film Brazil which was so visually inspiring I was just blown away the first time I saw it a last year and I was determined to attempt to do this amazing movie justice. Made a gif so you guys could see the awesome metallic gouache I ended up using for his armor.
all! Now, if you’re anything like me, you were seriously inspired by
the Heelwork to Music at Crufts last weekend. How brilliant was all that
teamwork between the dogs and the handlers, eh! Might do an agility
illustration next, in a similar vein…
Here’s a skatedeck I just did for the upcoming CHOOSEWISELY this friday, march 20th - 13 of toronto’s finest artists throwin up some handpainted decks. Squad up!Metallic Ink & gouache on wooden deck
Back to basic. I’m on a training program this year to hone my painting skillz to the super Saiyan level. This still life is painted with Gouache on a watercolour sketchbook with a half inch flat brush and a small round brush. what began as a simple drawing exercise had led me to a pursuit to perfecting edges and capturing the effect of light on a 2-dimensional surface. All in all, I have learned a lot about the gouache medium, as well as portraying light on metallic and ceramic material. #gouache #sketch #stilllife #art #instartpics
Large scale object drawings (6x) originally exhibited at Radiator Art Exhibition Company
UltraNormal .001 Circa 1999 42″ x 60″ Gesso, Graphite, gouache, metallic gel medium – on paper
⁃ Drawing ⁃ Visual Arts
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