4′x4′ Acrylic/canvas $1000 Anastasia and Friends Gallery, Columbia.
2′x3′ acrylic /oil on canvas $500 Anastasia And Friends Gallery, Columbia.
2010 S.C. State Fair
Oil/canvas 2010 12″12″ Gallery At Dupre, Columbia
Jim Finch Merit Award Winner 2010 SC State Fair
10″x12″ oil/prepared board Anastasia and friends gallery, Columbia. $200
Oil/Prepared board 10″x12″ $200 Anastasia and Friends Gallery,Columbia
10″x24″ miked media on masonite/architectural paper
oil stick/canvas 12″x12″ 2010 $200
acrylic/canvas 2010 1′x3′
commission piece for Jason’s newborn son.
Oil Stick on board, 10″x12″ $200
Collaboration with Micheal Krajewski. 5′x5′ acrylic/charcoal/oil stick on canvased masonite $1000 Anastasia and Friends Gallery, Columbia
This painting was done live at The Columbia Museum of Art,2009
This painting reflects the idea of man’s encroachment on his environment. In this case, the sea, in the form of a giant squid, is devouring the desert.
This painting serves as a commentary of man’s struggle with himself and his environment and the violence that oftentimes accompanies his desire for power. The “static” rope connects man with the beast and keeps the two in constant strain.
The cow has been bred by man throughout history to feed, construct, and cultivate his environment. Some cultures value the cow as “sacred”. In contemporary consumer society, it has become a primary food source.
This reflects an idea of the US led war in Iraq.
This is an appropriation of Carravaggio’s “The Sacrifice of Isaac” where Abraham is told by God to kill his son, in order to prove his faith. At the last minute an angel stops him. Abraham is Pat Buchanan and the angel is Bill Clinton. Isaac is a Mexican immigrant.
This is an appropriation of Raphael’s “Madonna of the Goldfinch” where Jesus is presented a goldfinch by Peter. In this case, Jesus is a Japanese business man and Peter is Pres. Bush Sr. The goldfinch is a baseball and the Madonna is a Christo piece of art being sold and transported in the middle east. Commentary on art and America as investments for multi- national corporations.
This is a studio model in Florence, Italy. The man is walking down the road and stops to think after reading the billboard which is a Jenny Holtzer piece about feminism and ideas about gender dress codes.
3′x7′ Acrylic/canvas $1500 Hunter Gatherer, Columbia