Sorta different, sorry! A little painting I did today on an elk scapula for my step father, of an elk skull he found one day in the woods🦌🌲🏹The curved shape of the bone was definitely a bit challenging. Beaver skull in the background 💀
People always ask me how I started painting these abstract cityscapes. I don’t always know what to say because honestly, I don’t know where they come from. I make marks, drip paint, and scrub my brushes onto each piece without knowing what it’s going to look like in the end. There are some marks I make over and over again because they feel good to me. Sometimes, I look at a piece and think, “How the heck did this happen?” Or I think, “Did I really paint this? I don’t remember doing it.” So, to answer that question, “where do those cityscapes come from?” Well...I don’t know...but I can tell you that each and every cityscape is home to my deepest thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Each cityscape in my paintings was built from the weight and depth of my heart and soul. ♥️
What’s one of you favorite things to do with people when they visit you in Portland? 🤔 I’m excited to get to share my city, and the NW, with my sister for the next few days. 😆🎉👭
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