I started this sketch with the graffiti bicycle riding over the tent (see original sketch), I added a scooter and the shopping cart. I used water soluble ink pens for some of the lines. I like it when the colors bleed when wet. I applied colors intuitively, with no real plan. I like the way […]
I incorporated some of the key visual elements in this final variation of the Texaco on Lafayette and Bond Street in the middle of Manhattan. The sax doesn’t take center stage (as maybe it should have), but it is overwhelmed by the colors and forms of the gas station. Please visit my Etsy shop for […]
This was a quick sketch with my water soluble pens. I water washed the areas that I inked and tried to leave the mural un-blurred. The ghost of a car in the foreground is under repair. Please visit my Etsy shop for my artwork for sale inspired by my autistic brother Mike at: etsy.com/shop/AutismInspiredArt. My […]
This abstract painting was inspired in part by my brother Mike and also by the artists Kandinsky and Klee. It is an abstract portrait consisting of warped, fractured space and a collection of facial features. A print of this watercolor abstract is available at my Etsy shop, AutismInspiredArt. Here is a link to the listing.