Rainbow Boogie Woogie 2013  o/c 42 1/2" x 32"


Rainbow Rhode 2013 o/c 16" x 20"

This is the title piece to my last show. My good friend Micheal bought it. The name references a certain level in a certain popular video game, where the colors, space and movement are so amped up and vibrant that a painting should find inspiration from it.







LMFAO OH! OH! 2013 o/c 32" x 42 1/2"




Beautiful Loser 2013 o/c 16" x 20"



80s POP 2013 o/c 32" x 42 1/2"



illusion, illusion 2013 o/c 16" x 20"




Flash Dance 2013 o/c 20" x 16"




Immaculate Deception 2013 o/c 24" X 30"




RMS 2013 o/c 36" x 24"




No Title 2010 o/c 34" x 34"


Tongue Lashing 2010 o/c 20" x 16"




No Title 2009 o/c 30" x 24"



Vacuous Space 2007 o/c 36" x 24"


Green 2007 o/c 40" x 30"




Redeye 2007 o/c 32" x 40"



Pelleas und Melisande 2007 o/c 35" x 35"




Six Little Piano Pieces 2007 o/c 35" x 35"




Fear and Wonder 2007 o/c 35" x 35"

I had seen some George Condo jazz paintings and thought they were super. But all the abstract expressionist paintings, Pollock among others, were based on jazz. They all have a similar feel. I started wondering how much the music/movies I listen to in studio affected my work. I'm sure it leeches in.




Japanese Volcano 2007 o/c 20" x 16"




Fulcrum 2006 o/c 20" x 16"




Green Landscape 2007 o/c 36" x 36"




V 2007 o/c 20" x 16"




SouthWest 2007 o/c 24" x 24"




Wrigley Field 2007 o/c 16" x 24"




North of So South 2012 36" x 42"




B&W Landscape Diptych 2011 o/c 12" x 24"




B&W Landscape #1 o/c 12" x 12"




B&W Landscape #7 2006 o/c 12" x 12"




B&W Landscape #5 2006 o/c 12" x 11 1/2"




B&W Landscape #10 2006 12" x 10"




Driving Fast 2006 o/c 16" x 20"




Bed 2006 o/c 48" x 48"




Utopia 2006 o/c 38" x 57"




Landscape 2005 o/c 24" x 48"

I started this painting about half way through Transcending Space. It was a very hard rectangular format.




Transcending Space 2005 o/c 42" x 48"

This is the painting that started it all. This one really hit its mark. I was looking at De Kooning, Diebenkorn, Guston thinking about Hoffman. I was constantly trying to build space and flatten it. I applied gloss to areas I wanted to come forward. The sense of weight, gravity, things falling, movement, un-veiling, flattening, stacking, compartmentalization, transparency, ambiance, hard edges, blurred space, its all there. This is and always will be one of my favorites.