Thursday, September 2, 2010

Goodly Creature

Usually putting down roots implies immovability, but if you look closely at this fellow's roots, you'll see that doesn't always apply!

I've just completed Goodly Creature for the Things To Come show, opening 9 September 2010 at Bold Hype Gallery in NYC. (I'll post the show details shortly.)

Acrylic on texts & diagrams (from various antique sources) on canvas, 18x24" total assembled dimensions (6 6x6" canvases).

Please click on the image for more details, & if you'd like to see still more, I've been blogging about the creation of this piece in my new process blog, Curious Art Lab. Please have a look over there if you're curious about the concepts & techniques behind my work!

SOLD!

12 comments:

Andrew said...

Wow, love the color and all the details - it turned out very nicely!

susansorrellhill said...

This is an exquisite piece... everything about it is just perfect!

Linda Hensley said...

Very cool. Love the colors and details.

Jenny said...

That is amazing. Can I say I've really enjoyed following your art online :)

Bearded Lady said...

congratulations on your show opening! Love the new blog too. We definitely share a love of tendrils. You can never have too many twisty swirly tendrils in your art. :)

Juan said...

Exquisite! as usual!

SeƱor Grime said...

creative..I LOVE IT!!

Andrew Finnie said...

Well well well, your work, well I love it and am so envious. Thank you for sharing your process - I would love to swap shoes! You should be very happyproudelated (not for swapping shoes - but for your elegant art)

Brine Blank said...

Awesome mixture of style...that is pretty sharp!

Webmonster said...

I love this! Your style stands out, and your attention to detail makes me all jealous! Great work :)

Chris said...

Very cool piece!

BrandNewStudio said...

Thank you for sharing
this wonderful work