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The Art League 2020 Flora / Fauna Exhibit Juried Show

“Pollinia”, 16×40″ acrylic on canvas was selected by Carol Fabricatore the juror of the Art League’s 2020 Flora / Fauna show (March 2020). Pollinia (masses of pollen grains) is a painting from my Music series in which I’ve explored several states of the nature in a single painting. Here the states are more about the seasons and surely more than four seasons—seven to be precise with abstracted flowers, leafs insects and birds. I consider myself a colorist and the theme inspired by flora and fauna is really an excuse to expand on the color palette.

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The Art League January 2020 Juried Show

“Revelation”, 48×36″ acrylic on canvas was selected by Catherine Haggarty the juror of the Art League’s January 2020 show. This is an intuitive abstract painting using wet-on-wet and pouring techniques with perspective and depth added by the juxtaposition of the solid forms which create a push and pull of the colors and organic to geometric transformations. The title “Revelation” is about the birth or burst of the industrial and mechanical forms out of the organic core (heart). There is a lot here that is left to the viewer’s discovery and interpretation.

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BEST IN SHOW AWARD, The Art League, Dec 2019

“Pulling Perspective”—acrylic and spray paint on canvas 48×36” won The Best in Show Award of The Art League (Alexandria, VA) selected and recognized as the best in show by Matthew T. McLaughlin the juror of the December 2019 show. > READ INTERVIEW >

This was my third Best in Show Award by The Art League within four years. This painting is a two dimensional sculpture using a perspective grid that is distorted, folded while preserving the 3D look. The minimalistic approach to use of colors (black and white only) is to keep the focus on the forms. Unlike many paintings that depict a realistic perspective, this painting is created within the realm of two dimensions by molding a square based grid into organic forms on the flat surface of the canvas.

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