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Here's the new work for a show that's currently up in LA @ LeBasse Projects in LA, California. Check them out if you're interested in seeing the originals.
All work is Acrylic on Watercolor Paper.
If you're interested in some details you can check out my blog
amazing work and all the best for the show
i always love your work
keep doing these EXCELLENT acrylics!
I like it, its son clean and smooth, beautiful
Man, I can't get enough of your work..
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man those are lovely ....first one is my favorite.....very elegant pieces
itd be tight if they could be super large wall sized pieces- itd be intense walking into the room and seeing that art spanning to all corners on a far wall.
gorgeous! wonderful work! My favorites are 1st and last. wow!
Man you have such a smoothness to your art. I love your style. keep up the great work
thanks for sharing mate, these r wonderful
I really love how soft your paintings are and how they have such form and dimension. The first one is my favorite because of the beautiful flowing layers.
Beautiful work man;
The shadow regions felt odd in the last two paintings
beautiful, beautiful work...
I like it, but I have no idea if this is me, but aren't the thighs a little long in the first pic?
Post this in your signature if you believe people should not band wagon.
Hey great work, I am lucky enough to live in LA and get to see a lot of your work in person its stunning. loved the painting in Copro Nason last month. And your show with Tessar was great!!
reminds me of vintage photos and a little of james jean too.
Can't get over that these are done in acrylic either.