It’s been a busy summer and I’m pleased to have recently sold some paintings.
First Manomayakaya #2 (pictured above), was sold, then this lovely watercolor:
There are several places online where you can see my artwork, besides this blog: First my website, then for a more comprehensive catalog, my flickr page. I am offering smaller, more affordable works, such as “Red” pictured above, through my Etsy store.
Check out all the great work and don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions, or info about pricing or availability.
I’ve added several pieces to my “Figureworks” collection in my Etsy store: works featuring the human form.
First up is an interesting painting I created mid-2010 (it seems like yesterday) titled “Lovesick Android.” Lovesick Android was composed with acrylic paint on wood panel. The gold and silver acrylic paints really stand out in an interesting way from the deep purple ground. This unusual metallic look inspired the Android part of the title; as for “lovesick,” it just seemed to fit his overall demeanor.
“Red” is a watercolor I created a few years ago. I’ve been meaning to get this into the Etsy store for quite some time.
Skandha 1 was created in 2013. Oil on canvas, it measures 24 inches (60cm) square. It is now available through my square store. If you’d like to see this magnificent painting in person, don’t hesitate to contact me!
What: Dirty Little Drawings is an exhibit and sale of erotic art featuring the male form. Each piece is on sale for $60. You can build or start your art collection while supporting living artists in New York and the Leslie-Loman Museum.
Where: Leslie-Loman Museum Project Space, 127B Prince Street, between Wooster and West Broadway, basement level (Soho, New York City, Prince Street stop on the R-train)
When: The opening reception is this Friday, March 27, from 6 to 8. A big turnout is expected. If you’re like me and not super-fond of crowds, you might like to come Saturday or Sunday. The show/sale will be open from noon to 6 on both Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29.
The Dirty Little Drawings exhibit and sale offers viewers the opportunity to become instant art collectors, with a dizzying array of original erotic art works by over fifty artists of the Leslie-Lohman Erotic Drawing Studio.
I’ll have fifteen pieces in the show, all watercolors,depicting the beauty of the male form. Each will be on sale for just $60!
Here’s a (small) sampling of what I’m contributing:
The show takes place Friday, March 27 through Sunday, March 29 at 127-B Prince Street in Soho, New York City. The best way to find out more about the event is to visit the Facebook Event page. You can learn more about the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art by visiting their website.
This week’s featured painting is Skandha 3 (Torso 3), a figurative piece I created late in 2013. I mentioned my figurative work earlier in the week in my post about new Etsy listings. This week’s featured oil painting is among the larger figurative works I’ve done and this one explores an interesting geometric expression of the figure, almost a kind of mapping or ‘landscaping’ of the human form. The title draws on Sanskrit Buddhist technical terminology. At root the word “skandha” means “trunk” as in a tree-trunk. In Buddhist philosophy it refers to the constituent parts of human consciousness, of which physical form is an important part.
The painting is 24 inches square (about 60 cm square). I’m offering it for direct sale through my square store. If you’re interested in more figurative work, please visit my Etsy store. There’s more coming along this year, so stayed tuned for upcoming news or contact me with any questions.