I lost this piece. I left it outside of the home I was watching over and someone must’ve thought it was put out for trash.it was one of my developing styles pieces and was a favorite of mine, being that I painted this in front of an audience during a concert series at The World Cafe Live. The rotating colored stage lights and strobe lights weakly affected the way I saw the colors on my palette. This was the end result. Thankfully I came across this photo in an old file.
Faces of Drama. 2013. Acrylic on Canvas.
If found, please contact me here! J/k
Acrylic on Canvas. 30×30 2014.
This is a piece submit to the addiction and recovery art contest. It is a 1st place winner. It is dedicated to those who are fighting the battle of substance abuse.
“Ya (Enough)”- Oil on Canvas. 3ftx6ft 2012
It was once said that I was like a circle, repeating the same actions like a madman. There was a stagnation, with no hope for change. In this piece, I wanted to symbolize that very sentiment with the idea of solution, resolution, a release, and a farewell to a particular situation of that time.
This piece was commission based, and is owned by the estate of Dr. Milton Delgado.