I like to work in series, which can make it a little more difficult when trying to put together a single portfolio of works. To work around this issue, I've broken my portfolio down into sections, with individual pieces being placed in the Stand Alone Stories gallery and each series being kept together in its own gallery.
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These are artworks that have been created to stand on their own. They aren't part of a series and should be taken within the context of each image and its title. Much of the material I use is inspired by every day events that I come across. I work from my own photographs (with the exception of an image that comes from before I was born - that makes it hard for me to create my own photograph) and will often merge elements from several different photographs into one to create the storyline I'm seeking.
These pieces vary in size and shape and come in a variety of mediums.
The Dr. Bob series consists of (at this time) three large drawings depicting different chapters in the life of the fictional Dr. Bob. Each piece is 50" x 38" in size and were executed in unfixed Schminke Pastels. I really enjoyed creating these pieces, and may add too the first three episodes in the future.
I created this series of works to coincide with my exhibition, Silence is Never as Golden as When It's Gray, at the Yeiser Art Center in the fall of 2010. The series consists of 12 canvases and explore the story created between a grandfather's history and his grandson's coming of age. All twelve pieces are acrylic on canvas. You can find a more
in-depth explanation of the series along with the image in this gallery.