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Rnaissance 48x36

The Art League May 2022 Open Exhibit Juried Show

Honorable Mention Winner

“Rainessance”, 48×36″ mixed media on wood was selected and awarded with Honorable Mention by Eliot Dudik, the juror of the Art League’s May 2022 Open Exhibit. Here I incorporated and followed the natural wood grains—nature’s pattern. The result is a contemporary Renaissance-style perspective—perhaps a gate into the world of the unknown.

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Life After People 40x30

The Art League April 2022 Open Exhibit Juried Show

“Life After People”, 40×30″ mixed media on canvas was selected by Xander Berekely, the juror of the Art League’s April 2022 Screen Dream Exhibit (somehow related to or titled after a movie or TV series). This painting is very much inspired by a television series with the same title in which scientists speculate about what might become of Earth if humanity suddenly disappeared—the impact of human absence on the environment and the vestiges of civilization thus left behind. Nature takes over what is left of our constructions. In the intuitive process of creating this painting, I’ve tried to mimic the unpredictable growth of vegetation around and within derelict buildings.

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The Art League March 2022 Open Exhibit Juried Show

“Archland”, 24×48″ mixed media on canvas was selected by Gage Branda, the juror of the Art League’s March 2022 Open Exhibit. Starting with intuitive painting (acrylic) on canvas, I then digitally created the smaller 3D arches. I printed the digital art on paper and transferred it to the canvas with acrylic medium (no college here). The larger arch in the middle is a pencil drawing on top of the painting mimicking the digital art. I do not wish to add any particular interpretation of my own as a story behind this piece. I am hoping that the rather unfinished look will feed the viewer’s imagination.

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