Wednesday, May 29, 2013


acrylic and silver leaf on birch panel
11 x 14 inches, framed
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Here is my painting, "Sentinels", which I created for Auguste Clown Gallery in Australia.
The original is available online and in the gallery itself.

The albino doe, barn owl and fox keep watch under the sparkling full moon, with champagne colored roses (symbolizing effervescence, vitality and devotion in Floriography) and starflowers (hope, vigilance) below them.
The unicursal hexagram insignia found between the wings symbolizing,
"As above, so below".

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Springtime Ghosts

"Spring Ghosts: Sweet"
acrylic on birch panel
8 x 10 inches, framed
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"Spring Ghosts: Sour"
acrylic on birch panel
8 x 10 inches, framed
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Here are my two matching paintings which I created for Fine Grime gallery in England.

They portray many of my favorite albino animals surrounded by the beautiful, fragrant flowers of spring.

Thursday, May 23, 2013

As One

"As One"
acrylic on birch panel
5 x 7 inches, framed

Here's my new little painting for the Endangered: Protect the Pack show, which will be available for bidding on June 1st at Gristle Gallery in Brooklyn.

100% of the proceeds will go to the Wolf Conservation Center and you can meet Atka the wolf before the auction!

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Fox Magic

"Fox Magic"
acrylic on birch panel
8 x 10 inches framed to 13.5 x 15.5 inches
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A gray fox and a white, arctic fox converge around the pentacle made of pussy willows (representing never-ceasing remembrance in Floriography, the Victorian language of flowers) while an owl sentry flies above, and one perches on a skull below.  

Dark and light; as above, so below.

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Here To Watch Over You

"Here To Watch Over You"
acrylic on birch panel
8 x 10 inches, framed to

Here's my spring-themed painting for Flower Pepper Gallery's "All Things Bright and Beautiful" show curated by Nicole Bruckman.

A fawn guards it's new sibling with the help of a squirrel and bunny.  Lily of the valleys (representing return to happiness in Floriography, the Victorian language of flowers) and blackberries (dangerous pride) flank the scene.

Here's the postcard images, I was honored to have my image make it to the card!

There's a fantastic lineup of artists, and it's sure to be a breathtakingly beautiful show.  Check it out this Saturday if you're in California!

Many thanks to Nicole Bruckman for inviting me.

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Springtime Pride

"Springtime Pride"
acrylic on birch panel
5 x 5 inches framed to 7.5 x 7.5 inches

Two albino robins gaze upon their carnation nest of new, blue eggs.
One clutches sprigs of rosemary, the other, bunches of blackberries.

The pink carnation symbolizes maternal love, lively and pure affection, beauty and pride in Floriography, the Victorian language of flowers.  
The rosemary stands for devotion, and the blackberries for dangerous pride.

I wanted there to be a duel way of seeing the painting; the birds are both gazing lovingly at the eggs and fearlessly guarding them against predators.  Poised on either side, they are ready to defend the young ones at all costs.

This piece is headed to Modern Eden's show, "The Language of Flowers", which is a subject near and dear to me. Floriography is something I've been using in my paintings for years now, since I first discovered it.  The show opens 5/11/13 in San Francisco.

Several of my other Floriography-themed paintings from my 2012 solo show, Talisman will also be on display for this show.

Here's the flyer, featuring the amazing work of Redd Walitzki.  
The artist lineup is incredible, sure to be a beautiful show just in time for spring.