Years of painting the CITYSCAPES IN NOIR series has made the perspective I’ve concentrated on to focus most of the paintings downward into a city of streets, corners and colors, with occasional peeks at the sky through the towering shapes of the buildings that form the surroundings or as a background to signposts and the structures.

FRAGMENTS looks to separate from this style of painting by casting the viewer’s eye skyward.

The use of aesthetically dramatic cloud formations as the central feature in the paintings, accompanied by fragments of man-made structures that occupy a small portion of the painting, attempts to create a space where the viewer can focus on the abstract shapes, vibrant colors and natural complexity of the sky sans the complete obstruction of man’s world.
Mid Day Storm
Mid Day Storm

acrylic on canvas panel 14 x 24 @Visual Art Studio / Downtown Arts District

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Keyhole Sky
Keyhole Sky

acrylic on canvas panel 12.75 x 24 @ Media Noche / Stony Point Fashion Park

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Summer Wind
Summer Wind

acrylic on canvas panel @ Media Noche / Stony Point Fashion Park

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A Break In The Brown Cloud
A Break In The Brown Cloud

acrylic on canvas panel @ Media Noche / Stony Point Fashion Park

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Below the Billowing Sky and Storm
Below the Billowing Sky and Storm

acrylic on canvas panel @ Visual Art Studio / Downtown Arts District

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Shelf Clouds
Shelf Clouds

acrylic on canvas panel 15.25 x 24 @ Media Noche / Stony Point Fashion Park

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Sky In Motion
Sky In Motion

acrylic on canvas panel 12.75 x 24

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Saturday Sky
Saturday Sky

acrylic on canvas panel 12.75 x 24 @ Media Noche / Stony Point Fashion Park

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Midnight Sun
Midnight Sun

acrylic on canvas panel 11 x 18

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