Biomorphic Abstraction

There’s no word to call its name; while it lives we cannot own it. “Unspeakable” isn’t always horrible.

Electric Landlady

Electric Landlady • December 2010

Electric Landlady • Dec 2010 • Ink, Aquarelle, Tea on Paper • 5″ x 5″(matted)

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Throw Your Comb She’s Closer Now

Throw Your Comb She's Closer Now • September 2010

Throw Your Comb She's Closer Now • Sep 2010 • Tea, Ink, Watercolor on Paper • 4.25″ x 9.67″

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Polar Hierophany

Polar Hierophany • June 2010

Polar Hierophany • June 2010 • Encaustic, Oil on Panel • 12″ x 12″

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From Us They Learned Bureaucracy

From Us They Learned Bureaucracy • May 2010

From Us They Learned Bureaucracy • May 2010 • Tea, Ink, Watercolor on Paper • 4.25″ x 6″

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Convulsions of an Eternal Species

Convulsions of an Eternal Species • May 2010

Convulsions of an Eternal Species • May 2010 • Tea, Ink, Watercolor on Paper • 4.25″ x 9.67″

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Eigen States Divided by Sea

Eigen States Divided by Sea • October 2009

Eigen States Divided by Sea • October 2009 • Graphite, Charcoal on Kraft Paper • 9″ x 12″

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Build Us a Catapult For Memory

Build Us a Catapult For Memory • January 2006

Build Us a Catapult For Memory • Jan 2006 • Tea & Ink on Paper • 4.25″ x 9.67″

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Almost Furthest

Almost Furthest • April 2004

Almost Furthest • April 2004 • Graphite on Paper • 9″ x 12″

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The Chanticleer-Hobbes Duet

The Chanticleer-Hobbes Duet • January 2004

The Chanticleer-Hobbes Duet • Jan 2004 • Graphite on Paper • 9″ x 12″

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Drove Right Out the Back of Your Eyes

If I Drove Right Out the Back of Your Eyes • April 2001

If I Drove Right Out the Back of Your Eyes • April 2001 • Watercolor, Oil on Canvas 30″ x 40″

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The Flame That Cries

(I'll Name You) The Flame That Cries • March 1999

(I'll Name You) The Flame That Cries • March 1999 • Oil on Canvas • 30″ x 24″

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Divine Being Shitting Itself

Divine Being Shitting Itself • February 1999 • Oil on Canvas • 30″ x 24″

When I showed this to Ray, I didn’t know him very well. He flipped the painting on the easel. We were all quiet while he chinned his knuckles and stepped back.

“I was right,” he said. “It does look like a divine being shitting itself.

We hold that divine being in the highest estimation.

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Portrait Destroyed by Fire

Portrait Destroyed by Fire • June 1998 • 48″ x 36″

Portrait Destroyed by Fire • June 1998 • Oil on Canvas • 48″ x 36″

Red protects itself. No colour is as territorial. It stakes a claim, is on alert against the spectrum.

—Derek Jarman, Chroma

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