When I started painting digitally I knew it would invite controversy. The art world is ripe with highfalutin gatekeepers and naysayers. They’d rather you not consider the fact that the world’s greatest paintings all have one thing in common. Picasso’s “The Weeping Woman,” Dali’s “The Persistence of Memory”, Warhol’s “Campbell's Soup Cans”, were all given birth to on a blank canvas. The end result, the consequence of the image itself, is the only factor that should define art. Therefore, the process I use to create my art is immaterial.
My paintings match each other by design. You can build a room, a house, an office, a store, a restaurant, or an entire building around them. I want to give you an opportunity to engulf yourself in in my work. The larger your order, the bigger your discount. Everyone gets the same offer — gallerists, collectors, agents, reps, decorators, and you. Thanks for your support and for sharing my art.