The kind of art I've always been drawn to has had both an element of realism, and a strong sense of mood or atmosphere. With my art, I want to both detail the subjects to a degree of believability in terms of lighting or anatomy, but also emphasize mood by including elements of surrealism, and situations or atmospheres that couldn't exist in reality. I tend to respond to the feel or raw emotion that a piece of art gives off, without knowing specifically what that mood really is. When a painting has a strong mood, without being too specific, I think it lets you bring your own interpretation and have a more personal response to it. It's this type of sophistication that I work to achieve in my art. I never know if I've really gotten there, which helps me to continue trying to new subjects, compositions, or surreal twists to convey mood, without giving away too much.
Designed Toy Releases
Toy Series Participation
Customs & Show Pieces
- Baby Qee - "Frank" custom for the Rivet Custom Qee Show, 2010
- "Avoiding the Downfall" for Noxious Fumes, 2008
- Piece(s) for Give Less Fruitcake, 2008