Paint Binging - All at once in the new Moleskine. Heavily photoshopped to make up for lack of optimal lighting… Scans, one day.

Paint Binging - All at once in the new Moleskine. Heavily photoshopped to make up for lack of optimal lighting… Scans, one day.

IT’S ABOUT TIME I picked up the brush again. In an hour and a half (respectively), I laid out the first two paintings of the summer.

For the Modern Art Enthusiasts - Sometimes, you can’t help but to feel lost. The ground you are walking on, is it real? Even if it’s clearly concrete, doesn’t it feel like thin ice at times? What if you just plunged into bitterly cold waters? This caved path with spots of light poking through means to show you that not only there is a clearing at the end of the pass, but little spots of wonder throughout the journey as well. Surreal, wonderment, provoking.

For Everyone Else - I wanted to paint some pretty trees.

Regarding the second painting - Due to the leftovers, and the desire not to waste paint, I used what I had to sketch out a second piece. There’s not much to it, maybe I’ll finally get some people practice.

At any rate, I love the stench of turpentine. Even if my professional title is “Interaction Designer,” the creativity that dwells in me expresses itself naturally in painting.

These series of watercolors are all from March.. I just haven’t had the chance to scan any of them due to killer semester!
Here we go: Audrey Kawasaki study. All the women she paints are gorgeous. Who doesn’t love her stuff?

These series of watercolors are all from March.. I just haven’t had the chance to scan any of them due to killer semester!

Here we go: Audrey Kawasaki study. All the women she paints are gorgeous. Who doesn’t love her stuff?