Hey folks! I have a drawing for you today. This is another from ‘The Periphery’ series. To me it looks a little like one of those floating mines left over from WWII. That wasn’t what I had in mind when I drew it. I was thinking of something a little more cellular. Cancer, maybe. Something foul. Diseased. I guess a mine works…have a great one everybody!
Howdy! I have a drawing for you today. It’s from the Periphery series. At the time, I did it I was reading a book called ‘Blind Lake’ by Robert Charles Wilson (great, paranoid SF). In the book, there is a bit of a problem with machines (to put it simply) and one of the characters asks ‘Do you think it dreams?’ That, of course, got me thinking and I decided to draw my own abstract machine (it’s got an eye) and answer the question posed by the character in that novel: yes Charlie…it dreams. Have a great one everybody!
Good Morning folks! I have another painting from the ‘Fallow Ground’ series for you today. It’s a big one, and it’s about my grandfather who was an airplane mechanic during World War II. The pin-up in the middle panel is the precursor to the girl who would haunt the ‘Confidence Man’ series. Those planes on the right are an aerial view of the airplane graveyard. The house…well, the house is just on fire. Have a great one!
42″ x 108″
Good morning! Hope everyone had a fine weekend. I have a drawing for you today. It’s from the series entitled ‘The Periphery’. That whole series is about the search for God amongst the outposts. It’s also about sound: strange, echoing, underwater sounds. Could I be more vague? Probably. This is charcoal on paper. That’s straight-forward at least. Have a good one everybody!
Howdy! This is NOT a painting. It is a drawing. Charcoal and pastel on paper. It’s from a fairly long series entitled ‘The Periphery Drawings’. Mainly they’re about God. But they’re also about sound. Kind of underwater, clangy, metallic echoes in space sort of sound. There’s also a healthy dash of existential dread thrown in, just to be safe. This particular piece is an abstract vision of what Jonah saw from the inside of the whale’s mouth before he was swallowed. Appropriately titled ‘Jonah’.