Paintings

In November of 2019 I found myself unable to create with fibre due to a injury from repetitive movement. After returning home from a celebration of life for the sibling of a close friend from my youth, I found myself desperately needing a creative outlet to process my feelings, so I picked up a brush. This is something I’d sworn I’d save for late in life, but we really don’t know how long we’re here for, do we? As we entered the pandemic I began exploring paint and found a obsession that brings me incredible solace. Below is a collection of many of the works I have created since that somber day in late 2019.

Forest Fire – May 28th, Study #4, 2023
Forest Fire – May 28th, Study #3, 2023
Forest Fire – May 28th, Study #2, 2023
Forest Fire – May 28th, Study #1, 2023
Thunder Rolls, 2023
Silver Lining, 2023
A Sign of the Times, 2023
Receding, 2023
Laneway Between the Mounce Mansions, 2023
Titanic Expectations, 2023
Avondale Spire, 2023
Washout, 2023