Contemporary Abstract Painter
These paintings do not depict any particular place, object or person. They are also called non-representational, or non-objective.
I look for colour, contrast and texture to make an interesting painting. I particularly love the spontaneous look of splashes, splatters and drips.
These paintings incorporate the use of painted or found papers along with acrylic paint.
I prepare my own papers by painting or stamping patterns. I also look for papers with interesting designs or surfaces, as well as clippings from books, magazines, etc. I then paint and arrange the various papers to form an interesting arrangement of colours and textures.
An assortment of paintings, from representational to stylized and semi-abstract, using a variety of mediums and techniques.
It's fun to try different things once in a while. It's a great way to expand your horizons, and kick up your motivations.