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    'Drifter.' Spray paint, acrylic and oil on wood. 2.5 ft x 2 ft, 2013
combines aerosol and acrylic with classic oil techniques to convey the openness and malleability of an androgynous human child. The horizontal stroke of movement across expanses of partially rendered human likeness creates an ethereal image, referring to the fact that no thing - including human existence - has ultimate substantiality, which in turn means that things are neither permanent nor totally independent of anything else. Much of my work explores concepts like these and either directly or indirectly addresses the idea of ultimate emptiness, or in other words, that everything is interconnected and in constant flux. A deep appreciation of this idea of emptiness saves us from the suffering caused by our attachments, and our resistance to change and loss.
'Drifter.' Spray paint, acrylic and oil on wood. 2.5 ft x 2 ft, 2013.
Buy a limited edition giclee print, available at Stupid Krap. Signed and numbered to 15.