Krakatoa Oil on Canvas 48in x 84in - The paradox of randomness versus intent is a salient visual element, represented as abstract and colorful compositions. This dualism is embodied through his process, particularly through his use of spatula instead of brush, and impasto technique; paint is applied, buried and excavated. "layering has simultaneously become both a way of building composition and symbolic of geologic time"
Koi Pond Oil on Canvas 53in x 82in - The paradox of randomness versus intent is a salient visual element, represented as abstract and colorful compositions. This dualism is embodied through his process, particularly through his use of spatula instead of brush, and impasto technique; paint is applied, buried and excavated. "layering has simultaneously become both a way of building composition and symbolic of geologic time".
Petra Oil on Canvas 54in x 80in - The paradox of randomness versus intent is a salient visual element, represented as abstract and colorful compositions. This dualism is embodied through his process, particularly through his use of spatula instead of brush, and impasto technique; paint is applied, buried and excavated. "layering has simultaneously become both a way of building composition and symbolic of geologic time".
Stratum Oil on Canvas 54in x 80in - The paradox of randomness versus intent is a salient visual element, represented as abstract and colorful compositions. This dualism is embodied through his process, particularly through his use of spatula instead of brush, and impasto technique; paint is applied, buried and excavated. "layering has simultaneously become both a way of building composition and symbolic of geologic time".
Autumn Samurai Oil on Canvas 48in x 84in - The paradox of randomness versus intent is a salient visual element, represented as abstract and colorful compositions. This dualism is embodied through his process, particularly through his use of spatula instead of brush, and impasto technique; paint is applied, buried and excavated. "layering has simultaneously become both a way of building composition and symbolic of geologic time".
Avulsion Oil on Canvas 54in x 80in - The paradox of randomness versus intent is a salient visual element, represented as abstract and colorful compositions. This dualism is embodied through his process, particularly through his use of spatula instead of brush, and impasto technique; paint is applied, buried and excavated. “layering has simultaneously become both a way of building composition and symbolic of geologic time”.
Glacial Drift Oil on Canvas 52in x 83in - The paradox of randomness versus intent is a salient visual element, represented as abstract and colorful compositions. This dualism is embodied through his process, particularly through his use of spatula instead of brush, and impasto technique; paint is applied, buried and excavated. “layering has simultaneously become both a way of building composition and symbolic of geologic time”.
Marianas Oil on Canvas 60in x 72in - The paradox of randomness versus intent is a salient visual element, represented as abstract and colorful compositions. This dualism is embodied through his process, particularly through his use of spatula instead of brush, and impasto technique; paint is applied, buried and excavated. “layering has simultaneously become both a way of building composition and symbolic of geologic time”.
Metamorphism Oil on Canvas 54in x 68in - The paradox of randomness versus intent is a salient visual element, represented as abstract and colorful compositions. This dualism is embodied through his process, particularly through his use of spatula instead of brush, and impasto technique; paint is applied, buried and excavated. “layering has simultaneously become both a way of building composition and symbolic of geologic time”.

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