"And I Will Paint", Oil on Canvas, 24" X 30", 2010
"Rushing to/ Fleeing from War", Oil on Canvas, 72" X 48", 2004
"War Games (Napoleon Complex)", Oil on canvas, 24" X 30", 2008
"The Conflict", Oil on canvas, 12" X 36"
Birth of an Idea, 2001, Oil on canvas
Creation #2, 2002, Oil on canvas
Rebuild, 2001, Oil on canvas
"And I Will Paint", Oil on Canvas, 24" X 30", 2010This is a self-portrait during a coming cataclysm. I don’t know if the tidal wave or the fires will get me first. I only know that I’m going to paint, even when the world crumbles around me.
"Rushing to/ Fleeing from War", Oil on Canvas, 72" X 48", 2004The dove of peace flees from the scene as armored soldiers with weapons march to destruction. Thoughts and memories of the people the soldier believes he’s protecting rush through his mind.
"War Games (Napoleon Complex)", Oil on canvas, 24" X 30", 2008Which leader in this world has the biggest... missile? Aggression meets aggression. It's possible no one will be around to congratulate the victor.
"The Conflict", Oil on canvas, 12" X 36"Leaders have disagreements and then the people have to pay the consequences. Diplomacy is safer for everyone.
Birth of an Idea, 2001, Oil on canvasThe act of creation, by its very nature, is a process of creating a new 'life.' The artist puts a bit of himself in each piece he creates. Even when the artist is long gone, the artwork will live on. Each painting I create is like one of my children.
Creation #2, 2002, Oil on canvasThe universe is the single most intricate piece of art ever created.
Rebuild, 2001, Oil on canvasThis piece was created in response to the tragedy of 9-11. I have witnessed spiders rebuild their webs in a matter of hours after they were completely destroyed. As an artist, I tried to harbor a more creative attitude that was more about rebuilding a better, stronger America, rather than the destructive attitude of war and revenge.
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