I've been experimenting with printmaking and have come to love the monotype. It is neither a print nor a painting but an intriguing combination of both.
Honeysuckle Clouds, Acrylic on canvas,
40 x 30, 2018
Spanish Village, acrylic on canvas, 12 x 12, 2018
Acrylic on canvas,
10 x 10, 2018 SOLD
Juan Miguel, watercolor, 12 x 16 matted, 2018 See more from my Border Kids series on the watercolor page.
02/10/18 Cubist Abstractions in Collage. See full series on Mixed Media page.
01/05/17 Politically-inspired "Preserving Democracy" series. See full series on Social/Political Mixed Media page.
05/27/16 Old World Abstractions -- new works in collage.
01/13/16 Richard Diebenkorn-Inspired Art
03/29/15 Art Accepted in 2015 Juried Show of Santa Fe Historical Society
10/04/14 Pure Poetry: How Poetry Can Inspire Art
9/05/14 Experimenting with Acrylic Mediums
6/7/14 Der Blaue Reiter Collection, Munich
4/14/14 Light-Inspired Art: Small Jewels
1/23 Prismatic Effects of Water-Based Media
1/05/14 Using Oil Sticks to Create Dramatic Effects
10/31/13 On Studying Other Artists
10/19 Unintended Consequences Using Water-based media
10/12 Painting the Seasons of New Mexico
8/31 Composition: The Arrangement of Contrasting Forms
7/31 New Mexico: A Painter's Paradise
7/17 Intensifying Watercolor Effects
6/02 Creating Atmosphere with Glazes
6/01 The Photography/Painting Debate
5/25 Capturing Fleeting Light on a Garden Wall