The left side of this flower painting is about how we go through all kinds of schemes and goals, drive and intensity to make things grow and on the right its about the Spirit bringing good things to life, natural and lovely, easy and fun.
Every winter for 5 years now my colors explode in the winter. When things are getting grey and they're long dead from summer I start painting flowers, the brighter the better.
Both my wife and I were raised in a small town between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico called Corrales. A magical little village with everything from families who farmed the land for hundreds of years to the latest tech millionaire with hippies, artists, good ole boys (and girls) and everything in between.
If Lenny Kravitz starts playing on the radio station of your mind I have done my job. :) Three weathered wooden shelves serve as the base material with a clock spanning the full piece, a woman's figure in the middle and many details as you move in close.
A painting created many years ago for my brother in law and his new bride. It represents the awesome and ever challenging world of a marriage.
This painting hangs in the offices of The Ninth Floor. I like to think it sets the mindset. Lofty goal, but hopeful.