As I mentioned in my previous post regarding a series of works created with the unifying theme of Dr. Faustus, The Tempest was my second series of works exhibited during October of 2015 at the Theatre Garage.
Moonlight Sonata She listens beside the ocean for love songs of dead sailors, Spanish pirates, and Viking warriors. The soft moan of the sky cries across the stars. The moon shapeshifts to the faces of those she lost But she hungers for her prince. The castle just seems too big and her nights are no... Continue Reading →
Artist Statement: Much like when I began my Ancient God & Contemporary Circumstances(2013) and Seven Social Sins(2010) bodies of work, this series hit me like a compulsion. I just kept painting. However, the similarities end there. Unlike those mixed media works that have an external focus on relevant contemporary social issues, this series as created intuitively with... Continue Reading →