Finding Inspiration

My paintings are meant to provoke thought and emotion through visual stimulation. Finding key ingredients to creating the desired stimulation is what can be most challenging. Personally, artistic inspirations are most often perceived threw natural unexpected surprises. In my work, I tend to overlay a natural world with the man-made one that we have created. I find it fascinating how they... Continue Reading →

Composing Multi Canvas Symphonies

I imagine art that makes me feel but doesn't allow me to think. It's a very hard destination to reach. Most of my abstract works begin without a final product in mind. This approach is best used in multiple canvas situations. I have created paintings that have several of the same size canvases, and paintings... Continue Reading →

Creating Time To Create

“Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision.” ― Salvador Dalí So often we need to break down our surroundings to rebuild them anew. Last year I started a series and set out to create roughly 20 paintings. Twenty seemed like a good number to substantially display... Continue Reading →

Penning The Day Away (part 2)

Drawing in pen requires a steady hand and mind. I have been working on this series for about a month now and am constantly learning. I find that my work is best produced in one to two hour increments. Most importantly, know when your burned out and losing focus. Please enjoy these original abstract drawings.... Continue Reading →

Building Something More

Every now and again thinking outside the box pays off big. When I started this painting I could have never imagined what it was going to turn into. A long gruelingly battle of simplicity and framing challenges. The end result is a piece of art I take great pride in. Even when difficult work gets... Continue Reading →

Cityscapes of A Dreamer

I find a sense of balance in patterns like brick. Repeating shapes over and over, even if they are worn by time. It fascinates me how character is created in old buildings and repetition. I love painting cityscapes... (including the one pictured above) Here are a few I've done in the past. This painting is... Continue Reading →

Cameras Vs. Cell Phones

The battle continues... When it comes to traditional camera photography there are many aspects of a camera that can attract photographers. Some features on cameras are truly unmatched. However, 2017 cell phone cameras are getting to be advanced as well. When it comes to the end result of an excellent photo does it really matter... Continue Reading →

Penning The Day Away

"Penning The Day Away" is the title of this series I have been working on. My drawings are a mix between line and shading practice. My main focus in art is painting. That's why I call these "practice". If you ever find yourself feeling not like yourself when sit down to create something great. Try... Continue Reading →

Choosing A Path

When creating something original we have to chose a path. A direction that we want our work to go in order to communicate our ideas, thoughts, and emotions. This painting is oil and acrylic on canvas. It was meant to show a path of well lit roadway, and a path of unknown pieces... Bradley-

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