Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Runner: Part one

The Runner: Part One Acrylic and india ink on canvas The majority of the backdrop for this painting (the india ink) was crafted during therapy sessions, in roughly four hours; or four sessions. This is the painting in it’s current … Continue reading

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Main Attraction at the Moccasin Circus

Acrylic, gold leaf, paper and a moth on canvas. 2001-2002 2009 People’s Choice winner of the Everson Museum of Art’s first annual 60/60 event for most emotional piece in Syracuse, New York. This painting came to fruition because after my … Continue reading

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Tarr’s Coffee

I decided that I would utilize my own experiences with mental illness in my art. “Tarr’s Coffee” was birthed out of stress, and a delusion one night that a coffee pot was mumbling at me. “Tarr” is actually based off … Continue reading

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