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Jujiro (Crossroads)

Posted on October 31st, by David in Fine Art, Jujiro, Paper, Urban Skin. Comments Off on Jujiro (Crossroads)

This piece is all about warmth, in rusty red, burgundy, and orange.



Ichibetsu (Peek) No. 1 – 2

Posted on October 31st, by David in Fine Art, Ichibetsu, Paper, Urban Skin. Comments Off on Ichibetsu (Peek) No. 1 – 2

There’s something about a hole in the wall that makes you want to peek into it



Nazo (Enigma)

Posted on October 30th, by David in Available Artwork on Paper, Fine Art, Nazo, Paper, Urban Skin. Comments Off on Nazo (Enigma)

This piece is a bit of a puzzle, with interlocking block-like shapes.



Nerau (Aim) No. 1 – 2

Posted on October 30th, by David in Fine Art, Nerau, Paper, Urban Skin. Comments Off on Nerau (Aim) No. 1 – 2

The genesis of this diptych was a series of photos I took of targets, spray-painted on concrete.



Shuchu Suru (Converge)

Posted on October 30th, by David in Fine Art, Paper, Shuchu Suru, Urban Skin. Comments Off on Shuchu Suru (Converge)

This piece started with a photo I took of the metal decking on a ferry.



Anraku (Ease)

Posted on October 30th, by David in Anraku, Fine Art, Paper, Urban Skin. Comments Off on Anraku (Ease)

This quilt-inspired piece includes elements that wouldn’t normally be stitched together.



Kodo (Pulse) No. 1 – 2

Posted on October 29th, by David in Fine Art, Kodo, Paper, Urban Skin. Comments Off on Kodo (Pulse) No. 1 – 2

I love the way lichen and mosses grow on wood and stone in the Pacific Northwest.



Kosa Suru (Intersect)

Posted on October 29th, by David in Fine Art, Kosa Suru, Paper, Urban Skin. Comments Off on Kosa Suru (Intersect)

I began this piece with bands of color and texture.



Ido Suru (Migrate)

Posted on October 29th, by David in Available Artwork on Paper, Fine Art, Ido Suru, Paper, Urban Skin. Comments Off on Ido Suru (Migrate)

A swarm of shapes swim across a weathered crevasse.



Koi (Carp) No. 1 – 2

Posted on October 29th, by David in Fine Art, Koi, Paper, Urban Skin. Comments Off on Koi (Carp) No. 1 – 2

I often use this elongated oval shape with pointed ends in my artwork.