"As a young boy I longed to see what lies beneath a Barbie doll's dress. This initial curiosity has developed into an interest in what motivates us as human beings. My latest paintings explore the psychology behind our sexual obsessions." Full bio
When faced with real, material objects, I haven't much patience for text. I haven’t blogged for half a year. But it’s been a busy year so far, and I do have lots of news to share over the week!
My open critique went wonderfully. I requested immediate feedback. Opinions, feelings, thoughts; all were welcomed and recorded. The support material, unfortunately, went largely unnoticed – drawings, research, theory, fiction, poetry – but that’s fine for now. We addressed the elements and near-resolve of each painting, and my mentors concluded the session. They encouraged more experimentation to further utilize the camp
I'm expecting to update the DAgallery with up to twenty new paintings and several new sculpture photographs, before the end of the year. In the meantime, the work can be viewed on my main website. In other news, I'm trying to bring a tighter relationship between my social networking accounts - DA housing the most enthusiastic people, Facebook having the most access, and Pinterest & Tumblr mainly for process imagery and brain feeds.
All have their own perks, naturally, and I share different content across each. There are people here on DA who I appreciate, whom I'd love to have as company, across more than just the one location. I'd be mo
It's hugely difficult for a group, with its overly simplistic attitudes, to maintain the mysteries often essential in great art (with what we think of as "great art" embodying more of an abstract question than a book of answers keen to be shelved). What are the worthy groups you subscribe to? Naturally, one hopes for both generous exposure and a properly interested and maintained audience. And I'm running short on some quality groups.