"Orphan" - oil on masonite, 2007.
Fearing the Past, NOW, & Fearing the Future - oil on masonite, 2007
|"Cleansing Waterfall" - Oil on Masonite - 2007|
|Potato Eaters - oil on masonite, 2007|
Window - oil on masonite, 2007 - initiated into the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Neiva, Huila, Colombia in 2010 & "Scream" - 8.5 x 11 " multimedia on photo of my journal art.
With so much love and gratitude to my family, the Price-Hall family, the Curcic family, The Reynaud family, Accident Gallery, and life itself... I thank you. 2007
"THE POWER OF CHOICE" - 2010
"Journal 1" - "Journal 2" - "Journal 3" - "Journal 4" - 2010
Acrylic and Ink on Canvas - 2' x 3'
"Tengo Hambre" - "Light within the Darkness" - "Stolen Innocence" - 2009
Oil, Pastel, Acrylic, Peruvian Fabric on Canvas - 3' x 5'
"Stories of Thread 1" - "Stories of Thread 2" - "Stories of Thread 3" - 2010
Graphite, Acrylic, Fabrics on Canvas - 20" x 35"
Reflections on New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and Bosnia after the war:
Prevailing Nature and New Orleans - acrylic on canvas - 2006
I journeyed to New Orleans just after Hurricane Katrina to film the recording of the "Freedom Song" with Luc Renaud and the children of the Red Cross shelter in Baton Rouge. We entered into the city to help tarp roofs within a 14 block radius of darkness... no electricity, an 8pm strict curfew, a horrible stench in the streets and looting. During this time we took turns on watch through the middle of the night. We were passing out cleaning supplies, food and clothing thanks to this renegade project of "misfits" with the largest hearts! One day while driving through town in our Red Cross vehicle I spotted a tricycle hanging from the witch like tree limbs. Although it was a very tough experience to see the positive for most, it was the soul of the music and the innocence of the children who were the true alchemists on site!
Sarajevo - acrylic on canvas - 2006
In 2005 I journeyed to Sarajevo, Bosnia with Danica Curcic and Kirsten Holstrum to film a documentary about the youth voice in the streets after the war, called "Revival". There we helped reopen Eastern Europe's largest youth house after it had been bombed in 1992. As we were filming at 3am 4 boys, 13/14 years of age, spray paint over bombed buildings, we interview one and this is what he said, "Some people make art with brush and oil, we use spray. They call us vandals, but we are just trying to find something familiar in this fucked up world." - The buildings in this painting are real buildings of Sarajevo, bombed in the war between 1992 - 1996. I painted this while living in the caves of Granada, Spain beside the Eastern European gypsies and found this frame in the streets. I fire danced in the streets to live and pay for my plane tickets to and from Former Yugoslavia.