Figurative art is artwork that is representational, clearly derived from real object sources, and includes the human figure.
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Gallery Wrap 24 x 24″
Mixed media consist of encaustic, soot, alcohol inks chalk pastel, photography on wood.
“This painting depicts the tension associated with my mom’s youth as she dealt with my very strict and sometimes harsh grandmother.”
Gallery Wrap 12 x 24″
Mixed media consist of encaustic, alcohol inks, chalk pastel, acrylic sheet, and wood panel.
An image of my mom, as a child, stirred and inspired this painting. It represents the worry of a new mother who gets up, often numerous times, in the night to check on her sleeping child.
Gallery Wrap 24 x 48″
Mixed media consist of encaustic, oil, alcohol inks, chalk pastel, on wood and acrylic sheet.
“This artwork represents a sweet and special moment between mother and child. This is my grandmother who had just returned home form a long stay in a hospital. This moment of tenderness shows how happy my mother was to see my grandmother.”
Angel Among The Hollyhocks
Framed 20 x 16″
Acrylic on Canvas
On a trip to Santa Fe, I became fascinated with the lovely Holly Hock flowers I saw growing in court yards, church gardens, and some just blooming wild along the roadsides. As I love flowers of all kinds, naturally I had a desire to paint them.
The Bridge Keeper
Framed 43 x 31″
Oil on Canvas
In Europe, there are many statues of Mary installed in the streets, at bus stops, at intersections, and even as parts of house exterior. As I traveled across Poland, I thought that there’s not enough beautiful statues anymore, especially ones that mean something. This is how the idea of this painting was born. Is it Mary? Is it a monk? Who is it to you?