2015

This collection, created after a 26 month break from painting, contains my first abstract work in Los Angeles. The most distinguishing feature of the set is the use of screen printing ink for the white base layer.  The white ink, which is sold commercially as Plastisol, is a heavy bodied substance that typically requires a furnace to dry. While it's a tough medium to apply (and dry), I found that it gives the paintings a level of texture and depth far beyond the limits of acrylic paint. 

 

 

California Grey 1, (2014)
Plastisol and Acrylic on canvas
36 × 24 in

 

 

California Grey 2, (2014)
Plastisol and Acrylic on canvas
36 × 24 in

 

 

California Grey 3, (2015)
Plastisol and Acrylic on canvas
36 × 24 in

 

 

California Grey, (2014 - 2015)
Plastisol and Acrylic on canvas
36 × 24 in (each)

 

Untitled, (2016)
Plastisol and Acrylic on canvas
36 × 24 in

 

Untitled, (2016)
Plastisol and Acrylic on canvas
36 × 24 in

 

 

Untitled, (2016)
Plastisol and Acrylic on canvas
36 × 48 in

 
 

 

California Blue #1, (2015)
Plastisol and Acrylic on canvas
36 × 48 in

 

 

California Blue #2, (2015)
Plastisol and Acrylic on canvas
36 × 48 in

 


California Blue, (2015)
Plastisol and Acrylic on canvas
36 × 96 in

 

 

 

Pink Triptych, (2015)
Plastisol, Acrylic and Ink on canvas
24 × 16 in (each)