Category: Painting

Sure Shot: Acrylic on Canvas (1997)

This was a painting I began when I touched-down back in Pittsburgh in 1997. It took a few months to complete, as I was distracted by a job and trying to figure out what the grand scheme of my creative life would look like. I’d […]

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Urban Rest: Acrylic on Canvas Board (2001)

My wife Erica truly enjoys her sleep. She would sleep in well beyond 10am every morning if she had it her way. I find myself watching her sleep if in fact I ever fall asleep in the bed. I must confess, the couch is my […]

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Mural and More in Maryland (2000)

This is some dummy copy. You’re not really supposed to read this dummy copy, it is just a place holder for people who need some type to visualize what the actual copy might look like if it were real content. If you want to read, I might suggest a good book, perhaps Hemingway or Melville. That’s why they call it, the dummy copy. This, of course, is not the real copy for this entry.

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Black Power Movement: Civil Right’s Era, Golden Era hip-Hop Resurgence, Internet Age (2001)

I can’t remember what book I read or what conversation spawned this triptych, but it happened. I wasn’t around during the Civil Rights Era but its reverberations were felt when i was a child (fist with the red background). I interpret it as serious, where […]

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Urban Grip: Acrylic on Canvas (2000)

There was small canvas floating around my studio and I had an idea. Infusing my ideas of architecture and city spaces at the time, this is what I came up with in a couple of hours. I had a really nice finished frame as well, […]

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Acrylic on Canvas: Heart of Hart Plaza (1998)

In the summer of 1997, I took a trip to Detroit to be a part of a good friend’s wedding. The whole family travelled up to the D and not only did we attend the wedding, we also did some sightseeing. One of the places […]

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