I've been working on new material and some personal things, so I haven't had much to share lately. To break this awkward silence, here's a sketch from last year. I don't enjoy working in pencil and often avoid it, but this is one of those rare favorites.
and reminiscing about our sneaky collab in Raleigh back in January of last year. We raced against a massive snowstorm to get this one painted in just under 2 days. Looking forward to our next tandem wall 👯
Old, Old Sketchbook Series No. 1. Circa 2009 when I broke my drawing arm in a snowboarding mishap and switched to a pocket-sized
I spent this past weekend live painting for the East Coast Surfing Championships in Virginia Beach. Here's a progress shot from @butcher.allison from the event. Thank you @brandedarts and @vanssurf for having me 🏄🏽♀️
Here's one I've been working on this week. Painted the entire composition, then spent time carving back into it to obscure the work and create a new shape. As new forms appear I find new ways to perceive the relationships between them. Needs a little more attention before it's done, but we're almost there.
Here's part of a painting I'm working on. Very excited about how these bright reds and soft purples activate each other. The paintings I'm working on are largely improvisational, so who knows if this will last long in its current iteration; it was worth posting. Thanks for all the new follows - I'm in a quiet experimental phase, I'll be with you again soon 💗
Nostalgic for one of my earlier works, long since relegated to the archives of history. This was painted at @juddyroller in Melbourne, Australia, over a period of 3 days, in the driving rain. Ca 2013. Photo courtesy of @streetartaustralia
Palette knife history 🎨🍭🌈
Sketchbook fun. Lately I've been neglecting my pen in favor of the convenience of digital; it's been good to reconnect pen to paper.