I recently had the honor of being interviewed for Vegan Life Magazine out of the UK. In addition to featuring several of my paintings, the interview discusses my art, my process, and the link to veganism and animal welfare. The magazine is available now on newsstands and through their app: http://veganlifemag.co.uk/preview/.
The opening for the group exhibition I’m in titled “Apocalypse Now” was held the other night at the Acadiana Center for the Arts in Lafayette, Louisiana. The exhibit is up now through January 9, 2016 and will be open late for upcoming Artwalk events in November, December, and January.
Unite from my In Our Veins series has found a new home. This is one of the smaller paintings from the series, at 4″ wide by 4″ high, acrylic on canvas. Three paintings at this size are currently available:
Also of note- if you would like to see my work in person, I’ll be showing in the Main Gallery of the Acadiana Center for the Arts in Lafayette, LA as part of a 10-person exhibition called “Apocalypse Now.” The opening is this Saturday, October 10th from 6-9pm. The exhibit will remain up through January 9th.
I’ve recently finished some new work in my In Our Veins series. Dissociate is an acrylic on canvas, 12″ wide by 6″ high. Lately I’ve been exploring the “opposite” of many paintings in this series. Whereas in previous paintings, I relied on eyes and facial expressions to convey a sense of connection, these recent works show animals without faces or covered faces. Anonymity vs. connection- without seeing their faces, does that make them any less personable? Meaningful? And how does this apply on a global scale? These are some of the questions I’m working on with these and future paintings.