I’ve been painting this guy for about 15 years now. Somehow I can’t get rid of him. My desire to move on and evolve has been a success, however I keep finding the need to revisit this throw-up of mine. Maybe it’s just like drawing circles- it’s good practice to do it with your eyes closed!
‘Hidden Identity’ - Acrylic & Aerosol on rusted-metal cabinet.
Using reclaimed objects that I salvage from Abandoned Factories in Berlin, I am reinventing these deteriorating pieces into works of Art that tell a story of this city’s history.
'La Femme Noir' - 2017
Acrylic & Aerosol on Canvas - 31.5" x 27.6"
An artwork I submitted for upcoming group exhibition: ‘Searching For Surfaces’
- Curated by @chicagoculturecouple at @verticalgallery in Chicago, USA.
Opening this Saturday November 4th, 6-10pm.
An honour to be included in a great lineup of International Artists.
Check it out, if you’re in town this weekend!
Some work-in-progress shots of a luxurious Stoneware-Bath private commission for @apaiserbathware. Completed in SOHO NY, last year. Wonder where it is now?
Progress of this - Pain in the Ass to paint on 😵
Always important to look at previous works and lolyze successful elements, often helps you push forward and evolve. This is one of those pieces. Deconstructing the female form into sections and elements. From my Olympvs Exhibition, back in 2015. Milano, Italy ☕️
Detailed section of a larger canvas work from my ‘Olympus’ Exhibition that was staged a couple of years ago in Milano.
One of my favorite works from that show. A little too colourful looking back now! Would love to revisit this work with a monotone approach now.