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Throwback Thursday 03.26.2020

March 26, 2020

It’s really difficult for me to make a claim that I am (somewhat) a self-taught artist. The truth of the matter is, I have taken art classes… tons of them. But the problem with the art classes I took was that barely any of them taught me any techniques. When I was in college, practically […]

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Throwback Thursday 03.19.2020

March 19, 2020

This painting is the last painting I did for Painting with a Twist’s internal contest in back in 2014; Out of the three that I turned in, this perhaps is the most complicated piece of all. It’s no Albert Bierstadt nor an Andrew Wyeth in status. It’s way too simplistic a painting to be considered […]

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Throwback Thursday 03.12.2020

March 12, 2020

So last week I posted a painting I did for Painting with a Twist. In that article, I stated that I did about three or so paintings for an internal contest for the company. Here is one of the three I made back in 2014; This painting is immensely simple, and out of the three […]

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Throwback Thursday 03.04.2020

March 5, 2020

I just ran in the rain yesterday. Depending on the kind of rain it is, it’s really fun to do so. Yesterday wasn’t too bad. It was a nice breezy 58 degrees Fahrenheit, so it wasn’t freezing weather to be running in. I had fun jogging along getting wet until halfway through a flash of […]

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Throwback Thursday 02.27.2020

February 27, 2020

I posted this photo study of Rachel McAdams last Sunday along with a bunch of other photo studies I did around 2012-2015. Shortly after this series of studies I did, I started doing master studies, which is also another great form of studying. Life studies are obviously the best form of studying… but in the […]

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Throwback Thursday 02.20.2020

February 20, 2020

Since I posted my study of Christian Seybold’s “Portrait of an Old Lady” last Sunday, I figured it would be a great time to discuss my 2D study of it; My study of Christian Seybold’s painting is alright. Structure wise it resembles the lady on the left (Christian Seybold’s painting). All the shapes, for the […]

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Throwback Thursday 02.13.2020

February 13, 2020

Looking back at this particular piece gave me some memories; Not too long ago I posted an artwork that set me on the path to doing drippy acrylic paintings. This is one of the paintings from that particular set. I honestly love this particular painting, even though now I consider it “immature.” As I had […]

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