My underwater themed painting, “The Treasure Ship” will get it’s public debut at Raleigh’s Visual Art Exchange. Starting September 4th (during Raleigh’s “First Friday”) this 3D resin painting will compete for awards during the N.E.W. (Never Exhibited Work) Show. Come show your support by stopping by and taking a look at the painting as well as the other great artworks exhibited there.
I also just completed a new painting: “Pulp, please…”
This painting is a nod to the pulp novel covers of the 60’s and the “grindhouse” films of the 70’s. A dynamic, 2′ x 3′ solid resin artwork! Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction was definitely on my mind while painting…it’s a classic film. I was imagining the set-up storyline for the artwork would be something like this: Three women try to pull a fast one on a “high roller” socialite type…and the tables get turned. Will the cops get there first…or will the paid mercenary? Grime, Crime, Girls, Guns and Cops…what else screams “Pulp, please!” more than that? FRANKY