Outliers

Because I am always experimenting in the studio, I have a number of pieces that I call Outliers. They are successful works to me but don’t exactly belong to a series, though they often share process and materials with other work. Usually it’s color that sets them apart as I play around before selecting a palette for a given series. If you are interested in other paintings on the site, please get in touch as many are also for sale; prices for 19x12.5” work range from $450-600 and 26x40” range from $1800-2200. This collection of misfits is on sale for the month of November and like all work on the site, 30% of proceeds will be donated to support newly arrived Syrian Refugees and The Eastside Family Place here in Vancouver.

When things get gloomy

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When things get gloomy

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This piece is my first mounted on wood panel. It’s part of my series, Rainbow Excavations, which began during my first winter in Vancouver when I was seeking something bright. It is metallic and shiny and varies in surface. The edges are painted with gold mica. 18x12x1.5”, ink and acrylic, gold mica, on yupo on wood panel. This piece is on sale until the end of November.

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