Oil based clay
Portrait with "5:37am"
Taken by Nick Benson.
This is my first serious sculpture ever. This is 7 years worth of skateboards that I have snapped myself drilled to an 8ft skeleton (made out of rebar and plywood circles) ontop of a complete skateboard. And yes... It rolls
This has been shown in multiple shows such as:
-My solo show at the Ridgefield Playhouse 2013
-Nominee at Goldfarb 2012
-"Ride" in the Dirt Saloon 2012
-Art Fest 2013
Price: Contact me if interested.
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This painting was made in the summer. And traveled for 3 years of college with me
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Hours upon hours of melting multicolored candles on a mankind head that I negotiated off some spanish lady in a tourish shop in Bloomfield, CT. The idea came from iceles and this massive wax drip sculpture from "Lifestyles" shop in Waterbury, CT.
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Painted one Texas morning on the side of a service road
Watch the making of it here:
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Experimental Abstraction of the Human Body #1
One of my earlier conceptual pieces. I was trying to use the rope as a guide to where it was on my model (Kara Kirkland) when I was splatter painting here while she was standing, going against gravity.
I'm still thinking about it...
Price: $100 for tapestry/ $50 for rope + installation fee
This is a lithography plate
If interested in a print, send me an email.
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This was a painting made for one of my closest friend's mom's birthday. She was diagnosed with cancer, and passed away a couple months after. When I met and presented this painting to her, she was so happy she cried a little. This is when I knew I could do good things with painting.