I started out by painting a random shape that I thought looked like a desert rock formation or perhaps a Dr. Seuss drawing.
I can’t say too much about this painting’s inspired origins because it’s wildly personal, suffice to say, it really happened;) Much of my work is autobiographical and draws from direct experience represented in the wild clashes of color and reflective materials that I frequently use. It really does look like
I started this painting on Christmas day 2017 and it emerged chunk by chunk until the new year.
It felt like a very primal painting to make, it was very spontaneous and I spent very little time editing. It all came out fully formed and I enjoyed the childlike splodges of paint enough to admonish myself to leave them be!