I like to call these paintings “shapeies” because I make the canvas into a unique shape. This shapey is made from used and discarded paper and cardboard and painted with non-toxic plaster and paints.
Here is to the joy of trying to mimic the beauty of nature!
This was a white picture frame panel over the front door. To add more character to this small entry, I created an old world stone faux incorporating the original panel.
Faux Stone Detail
An expression of denial
As with most of my personal art this mask is made from recycled materials.
The bulk of it is Junk mail and boxes.
After I sculpted the mask out of the paper pulp and waited forever for it to dry, I painted it with acrylic.
can you roll your ARRRRRGs?
For them it is judgement day (dundundun)
Do you smell something?
Sinister trees playing games in the woods.
nasty little vermin
This ghostly mural is shown hanging in its October home.
This is the second Halloween mural I finished in this set. This is it as it hangs in the clients house.
I was a free range artist on this job. The client wanted me to follow minimal guidelines, otherwise I was free to paint what I was inspired to paint.
This was the first Halloween mural in the set painted on canvas and hung like a tapestry.
Giggle basket details
This Client has amazing fun with Halloween. She wanted murals painted on canvas to be hung in her foyer like tapestries, to decorate for Halloween. I made some sketches and samples, including this one. The client agreed this is the direction she wanted to go.
details of this sample