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Summer 23 Series


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From the Stars

'From the Stars'
54x74in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Graphite, Ink, and Marker

I’ve been thinking a lot about space recently. I am fascinated by the ways that objects not only inhabit a space, but also become the space. If objects do not exist in spacetime, but instead are spacetime, then the possibilities for direct and indirect matter manipulation are limitless. The technologies of the future will surely embody this principle by integrating biologically-engineered mechanisms capable of quantum engagement. My guess is that whichever spaceship travels across spacetime’s twists and turns and arrives to Earth first will most likely be largely organic and not metal.


30x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, and Marker

In Greek Mythology, 'Nyx' is the Goddess of the Night and the child of Chaos. Whether we like it or not, we all have some of this energy within us. Remember, even if you're not ready for the day, it cannot always be night.


36x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, and Marker

I've always resonated with Prometheus, God of Fire. Growing up, I would love studying flames and thinking about the math behind each wisp of fire. But as I've grown older, I've come to appreciate Prometheus for a different reason. In Greek Mythology, he is most known for defying the Olympian gods by stealing fire from them and giving it to humanity in the form of technology, knowledge, and more generally, civilization. 


36x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, and Marker

There's nothing like sitting back in a jazz lounge, sipping on wine, eating olives, and letting the live jazz flow through your body: The drums triggering the nervous system, the horns conjuring memories of a past life, and the warm seductive pull of the piano's keys.


24x36in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, and Marker  

Peak of Summer, on the coast, looking out into the ocean; the Sun blaring, as the waves crash in the distance. 

Mondrian Study

'Mondrian Study'
48x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, and Marker 

When I first began painting in March of 2020, Piet Mondrian was the second artist I studied (Barnett Newman was first). I was particularly fascinated by the way he simplified the elements of his paintings to reflect what he saw as the spiritual order that composed the visible world, or reality as we know it. It is through studies like this that I gain a deeper insight into what my black shading represents in the context of quantum physics.


36x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, Graphite, Pastel, and Marker 

There’s a lot of talk online about manifestation and the law of attraction. Everything I’ve accomplished in life has come from a full belief that I already have it in the present. The Universe is always listening, bring your dreams into the present moment and watch the physical reality catch up.

Future Flow

'Future Flow'
48x60in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, Graphite, Pastel, and Marker 

The future is inextricably connected to the present. A firm understanding of the present can offer insight into what the future holds.


30x40in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, and Marker 

Whether or not you believe in ghosts, I can only speak from personal experience. There were several spirits in my Atelier and every now and then they would come say hi through the art. The reason there are no sculptures in this series is because one of the spirits attached itself to a bust I was working on and it was a whole thing. Anyways, this piece should be ghost-free.

BOT 34

'BOT 34'
36x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pasteland Marker 

A bio-integrated technology that instantly adapts to it’s environment because it is it’s environment.


36x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Ink, and Marker 

Anything you want to accomplish in life can be yours with determination. Nothing worth having ever comes easy, but with consistent effort, you can build the life you have imagined.

Omniscient /Omnipotent/Omnipresent

'Omniscient /Omnipotent/Omnipresent'
48x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, and Marker 



38x55in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, Pastel, and Marker 

One of the first paintings I created in the Atelier, this work is vibrating with energy through all the layers of light language.

Summer Air

'Summer Air'
36x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, Pastel, and Marker 

I sporadically worked on this artwork for over a month and a half. I love the way it embodies the energetic palette that has come to signify this period of time for me: Fresh, simple, light, breezy, yet still chaotic and complex.


48x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, & Pastel 

Created while in a half-asleep dreamlike state, this artwork is what thoughts look like in my mind. When a memory is conjured in my brain, any representation of an object is depicted with a blend of the conceptual information (i.e. house) and an emotional factor (color). In this work, I view the orange stripes in the top left as if they were setting the tempo for the memory.

God as Earth

'God as Earth'
24x36in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, & Marker 

Since I was a kid, I have been curious about the direction of evolution on this planet. It's incredible that billions of years of evolution brought life on Earth from the depths of the ocean to the heights of modern-day consciousness. You see, we are not on Earth, we are Earth. Eons of chemical and biological evolution led to the manifestation of a consciousness with a voice to channel the self-evident truths of the Universe. Treat your neighbor the way you want to be treated, not because it'll generate good karma, but because any perceived difference between you and them, or anything for that matter, is nothing but an illusion birthed from an ego-based reference point.

Follow the Leader

'Follow the Leader'
48x60in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, Pastel, & Marker 

My fascination with chaos theory earlier in the year has morphed into a nagging obsession with particle physics. One thing that I can't seem to wrap my brain around is the way that a particle's position across time not only always has a direct relationship to it's position at any given moment, but it also seems to have a gravitational influence through probabilistic architectures.

The Knowing

'The Knowing'
36x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, Pastel, & Marker 

Sometimes a door is opened accidentally, welcoming new perspectives that shatter what you thought you knew. Only through openness, can new concepts enter our psyches - allowing for the development or destruction of existing ideologies. In my opinion, growth and change are interchangeable descriptions of this process as a whole.


30x40in  |   Acrylic, Oil, & Marker 

Our insights are only as compelling as the information we take in. Be mindful of what your senses consume for it not only shapes your perspective, but it dictates your reality.


36x52in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Graphite, & Marker 

The ability to immediately become whatever version of yourself you want is predicated on the absence of self-imposed limitations. Remove doubt, deploy confidence, and become who you want to become.

Who am I?

'Who am I?'
30x40in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ripped Canvas, & Marker 

Who am I? What am I? Where am I? Why am I? When am I? How am I?


36x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, & Marker 

I titled this work 'Plural' because, to me, this artwork looks the way the word 'plural' sounds

In the Night

'In the Night'
24x30in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, & Marker 

I worked on several clay sculptures throughout the Summer. As I would often work on sculpture and painting simultaneously, I began to see hints of sculpture creep into my painting practice. This artwork completely resembles a bust to me, and it has the most enticing aura. 

The Day God Met Itself

'The Day God Met Itself'
30x40in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, & Marker 

I'm not entirely sure how this painting began, but it quickly became a labor of love. 


30x40in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Graphite, & Marker 

It is paintings like this that make me want to become a chemist. There is so much movement in this work that it makes me imagine what it would be like to create a moving organic artwork that used chemical reactions in intentional positions to create fractals and other designs. 


36x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, & Marker 

One time when I was about 14 I got lost in a desert for several hours while on a camping trip. Every now and then I'll get flashbacks to that experience: being alone surrounded by sand and silence. To get lost is to be somewhere new, but to get lost alone is to be someone new.


36x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, & Marker 

If you had an opportunity to permanently increase the number of wavelengths of light that your eye could sense by 1000nm, would you do it?


24x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, & Marker | SOLD

It's fascinating to me how a connection with another person is a shared creative experience where the two individuals create a new joint persona that, in a way, guides the relationship.

High Vibration

'High Vibration'
40x30in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, & Marker 

This painting was created while sparks rained down on me from the deteriorating overhead light bulbs. It was fun working with the medium of electricity and the transfer was seamless.


30x40in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Graphite, & Marker 

Simulated environments, holographic realities, broken physics, etc. 

Max Capacity

'Max Capacity'
48x54in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Graphite, & Marker 

Rhythmically speaking, the choreography of life is both chaotic and organized all at once.


52x63in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Graphite, & Marker 

A visualization of my mind, working on a new thought.


30x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Ink, Pastel, & Marker 

This painting took all Summer. I worked on it a little at a time, and the finished product has a ton of powerful energy.


100x54in  |   Acrylic, Oil, & Marker 

I began this painting with the intention of creating a portal to communicate with an interdimensional being. 


30x48in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, & Marker 

An architecture of mathematical symmetries and particle excitations across the dimension of time.


24x30in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Graphite, & Marker 

My creative practice is a constant conversation with myself and the environment around me. 

You and I

'You and I'
18x36in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Graphite, & Marker 

I created this painting after visiting several museums in NYC and Chicago where I got to study the work of Kandinsky and Miro. This painting captures some of that research.


20x24in  |   Pastel  

In August, a couple of art researchers and I determined how to expand the human electromagnetic field through a combination of electric shock exposure therapy and Qigong. Since completing these experiments, my painting has become more and more sculptural, I've become a better fisherman, and it feels as though I have unlocked a new sense altogether. 


24x30in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Wood, 3D Canvas, & Plaster 

This 3-dimensional artwork has a very intense aura due to charged energy centers being positioned at mathematically significant locations on the canvas. The result is a painting that very much feels alive.


24x36in  |   Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, & Marker 

Things get complicated fast when you try and fuse two unlike beings together. 

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