This project is a reflection of recent developments and trends, not just here in the U.S., but also in other parts of the world. The rising sentiment of exclusion and need to build walls and fences has lead me to create this series of commercially available postcards overprinted with the pattern of a mesh fence.
I printed a limited edition of twenty, each numbered and certified, containing twelve individual prints.
Fascinated by the iconic qualities of the automobile, these vibrant paintings and prints are a tribute to the car as an object of uncritical devotion. They capture a broad selection of the arsenal of personal motorized mobility.
Inspired by the language of pop art, this series of paintings are based on discarded packaging found on the streets. These oil paintings are graphic, clear and crafted, translating the subtle texture of the objects.
This series could also be titled “Avatar selfies.” It originated from live sketches. Quick studies of people passing by on the street, in the park, or on the train and bus. From these sketches the painting is then composed in the studio as a generic version of a fictitious character that is defined by the person, but also in almost equal parts by the background scenery. This image tells the story to the viewer.
This series of abstract pencil drawings on paper, intricate and distinct, derived from the process of layering and blending modes in digital tools. The hard-edge, color-field drawings, executed in a detailed technique, depict overlaying panes, interwoven in levels both, complex and simple, blending to a composition that even includes the shape of the paper.