Hermit Crab Painting 15″ x 15″ Acrylic on Canvas

 

 

“The degree of slowness is directionally proportional to the intensity of memory. The degree of speed is directionally proportional to the intensity of forgetting.” 
― 
Milan KunderaSlowness

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Jelly Fish

Just sold the Jelly Fish. Acrylic on canvas 15″ x 15″.

The jelly fish have a glossy finish on each jelly making them appear wet and transparent in the water. The tentacles on the two big ones are intertwined forming a heart.

Jelly Fish Painting


Oyster Painting

This is an idea a friend from Jacksonville gave me. I’m so glad that I was able to open up to new ideas and step away from my traditional painting techniques. I find this oyster so rich in color, so complete and vibrant. The middle section has a thick glossy finish that doesn’t show in pictures. Also rustic edges are popping out with a unique texture effect.

Oyster Painting


Bahamas

I’m always inspired each time I travel to a new place. One of those places is Bahamas. It’s this strangely familiar place I gravitate towards. Feels like my childhood all over again.

At the end of the island there is a spot called Tiloo Cut in Elbow Cay. When I first saw this I fell in love with the emerald colors of the ocean. In this painting you can clearly see why.

Tiloo Cut Bahamas

Tiloo Cut Bahamas