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Posted in Drawing, Drawing Studio, Illustrations, Painting Studio, Paintings, Sketches, Tattoo Flash, Tattoo Studio, Tattoos, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 4, 2017 by Lawrence's Emporium

The Sword Swallower

Posted in Paintings with tags , , , on December 2, 2013 by Lawrence's Emporium

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Another Glitter painting to enter the world

Why Only Paint One Painting When You Can Paint Four

Posted in Painting Studio, Paintings with tags , , , , , on June 21, 2013 by Lawrence's Emporium

4-Glitter-paintings

Why only paint one painting when you can paint four at the same time.

I find myself walking in circles, paint in one hand, glitter in the other

 

Cowardly Custards on Vacation

Posted in Paintings with tags , , , , , on June 8, 2013 by Lawrence's Emporium

Coward-Custard-@-LMA-2013

“Cowardly Custard” on Vacation at ……….

Lancaster Museum of Art

135 N. Lime Street

Lancaster, PA, 17602

June 7 – August 25,

51st Annual Community Art Exhibition 

If You Go Into The Woods

Posted in Paintings with tags , , , , , , , , on January 19, 2013 by Lawrence's Emporium

If-You-Go-Into-The-Woods

 

Watercolor, Glitter, Photo, Mixed Media on Wood and Canvas, 2013

18″ x 24″ x 3″

This little gem is off to a show at the Demuth Museum in Lancaster, PA

http://www.demuth.org/

The inspiration for the Exhibition was Charles Demuth’s relationship with the landscape.

I gave it the old school try, but added a few tattoo flash type images to keep the tree stumps company

 

“Only Ed Bishop Can Save Me”

Posted in Paintings, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on November 3, 2012 by Lawrence's Emporium

40″ x 60″, Mixed Media, Glitter, Paint, Junk, English Magazines, Digital Prints, Watercolor paper.

I took a long vacation from my larger paintings and now I have returned.  It feel real good to be back.  The stories have more room to stretch out (visually and intellectually).

The piece is a throw back to my childhood with the reference to the one and only Ed Bishop. I have thought long and hard about the use of memory in my work and find it is staring to dominate the way I paint.

Memory of images and memory of thoughts.  Each time I repeat a memory it changes.  The painting I hope encapsulates these thoughts and those moments.

I realize the only way forward is to look backwards.