Monthly Archives: September 2010

Maurice

Annie said that I was painting things for all of my coworkers but I never painted anything for us. Since we just moved into a new condo it was a good time to tailor-make something for our new wall space. … Continue reading

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Juliet’s Leo

My coworker Catherine asked me to paint a picture of a lion for her daughter, Juliet(Jules). She was in-utero at the time but they knew she was going to be a Leo. For the non-astronomers in the audience, those stars … Continue reading

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Julie’s Tree

My coworker Julie asked me to paint her a tree. She said it had to be kind of abstract and have a lot of goldenish yellowish color. Not bad.

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Lightswitch

It is cool to prominently feature basic objects in art, like Andy Warhol did. I feel the monochrome gives it a cool vibe, and I threw in a splash of dark olive green to balance it out. The lightswitch is … Continue reading

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Jesus’s Blood on the Cross

I was reading a book on the 14th  (?)  Century artist Giotto. I became very interested in the figures of those ancient religious paintings. An idea for this painting popped into my head. I am not religious, and I am … Continue reading

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Sunrise

*** UPDATE 7/18/2011: hanging in my friends bobby and jess’s apartment. I gave it to them at their holiday party back in December. I wrote “Merry X-mas” on the back of it but I think they are both Jewish, I … Continue reading

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521 11th Street

A view from the block I used to live on in Southeast DC. Hester, my coworker from the other side of the aisle (republican), said she liked this so I gave it to her and she framed it.

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