This drawing was made by using fluid paint onto a paper with stencils.
I came up with this idea to make an Ikebana series, because I love the way flowers are arranged in the traditional Japanese style. I wanted to express my own unique interpretation of Ikebana through my drawings.
The aim is for you to see how much fun it is to “play” with stencils.
Trying to cover the Oregon coast is like trying to catch the tide with your hands, very challenging. It’s impossible for one person to touch on all of the amazing sightseeing locations on this picturesque strip of habitable land running up the Pacific Ocean. The painting of the “Joe and I” with the title Oregon coast is a culmination of…
It’s not even particularly known as a good spot, and yet it still draws an unbelievable amount of people. Since I had free time, I decided to come and see for myself, but… As expected, just like with the previous sport, there were some pretty amazing guys here. To think that there would be more than ten people out here…
This painting went with the previous as a diptych. This time I tried to play with sensory perceptions by using contrasting colors, shadows and reflections. The chair is both dark and bright, the vertical lines give it a sense of depth while at the same time bringing forward its central part where one eye is located. It’s a little bit…
PALM FROND OCEAN OIL on Mangowood This Photorealistic painting transports you to a serene natural setting where the ocean and a palm frond frame a picturesque landscape. The piece features the Palm fronds in the foreground with a beautiful blue ocean as viewed from shore, which acts as the backdrop.