paint > 2020-2023

Rock of Ages
acrylic and oil on canvas
72" x 72"
2022
For All We Know
mixed-media
56 x 68 inches
2021
Summer in the City
acrylic on canvas
60" x 72"
2022
Time Battery
acrylic on canvas
17" x 24"
2023
The Possibilities are Endless
acrylic on canvas
48 x 36 inches
2023
Nomad
acrylic on canvas
30" x 24"
2022
Tryst
acrylic on canvas
20" x 16"
2023
Eclipse
acrylic on canvas
24" x 17"
2022
Road Trip
acrylic on canvas
24" x 30"
2023
Dance
acrylic on canvas
25" x 40"
2023
Dovetail
acrylic and oil on canvas
36" x 36"
2022
Moving silence
acrylic and oil on canvas
36" x 36"
2022
Paychobuilding 1
acrylic on canvas
50 x 60 inches
2020
Psychobuilding 2
acrylic on canvas
24" x 30"
2023
Psychobuilding 5
acrylic on canvas
20" x 26"
2023


Lazy ways of looking and thinking about painting have existed for some time now, especially with work described as abstract. It might be worthwhile saying here at the start that ‘abstraction’ is a fuzzy outdated term, particularly now in the age of the digital.
-Ian Goncharov, "Painting Inside the Matrix: Code and its Others"


With the pandemic becoming our reality early in 2020, navigating the lived experience between the real and virtual world became our daily practice, as we were forced to pivot professional and social situations to the realm of the virtual.

Our suspension between two realities coincides with a significant shift in the trajectory of contemporary painting, one fuelled through fluid notions of the real and reality.

This is the place of my painted world.


Link here to Gallery 2: 2017-2019