Portrait of Punk icon Siouxsie Soux in Gold and Black Acrylic, ready to hang.
Portrait of Goth Punk legend Nick Cave
Inspired by burlesque dancers, a colorful abstract expressionist painting on foamcore, unframed.
Expressionist portrait of one of my favorite musicians!
Expressionist piece from March of 2017
Painted in April 2017. she’s had just about enough of his shit!
There’s a little bit of someone I used to know in this face. march 3rd 2017
A quick sketch in oil of Frank Zappa. Unframed but ready to hang.
New Jimi Portrait !
Extreme Expressionism! from the late 80’s !
Another expressionist self portrait from the late 80’s, influenced by Munch and Vincent again!
A Van Gogh inspired Self Portrait from January 2016
I think I painted this in 1987, but I might be a year off, I remember painting this on Christmas day, and it being one of only about 4 Christmases in my life I have spent without my family.
Self portrait from about 1992, still heavily influenced by Edvard Münch and a feeling of claustrophobia. Unframed but ready to hang
Very early self portrait from 1988, on a canvas board, unframed.
Original oil painting on stretched canvas, an early expressionist work, experimenting with bright colors. From the late 1980’s or early 90’s. Signed by the artist. unframed but ready to hang.
One of the earliest paintings of mine that survives, this is a very early self portrait on a canvas board. There’s a Peter Blake influence, and I think Münch too – the green face! It was a LONG TIME ago! … Continue reading
My good friend who shares a mutual love for Joy Division, commissioned me to do this portrait of the late Ian Curtis. It was a… ahem…, great joy to listen to Joy Divison and New Order while creating it. Technique: I used … Continue reading
Lately I have been thinking a lot about how my journey in America would have been very different if my skin was just a bit darker.
This began as a portrait of a friend, went through a few changes and became a Münch style expressionist piece by the end of the night. While painting this I learned my favourite bar, The Club Charles in Baltimore had … Continue reading