28 November 2009
25 November 2009
08 November 2009
Part of a new series of paintings I have started on which will be fantasy landscapes of the future. Still a bit more work to do on this but check the website soon www.adiart.com.au and there will be pics of several pieces finished and framed for sale.
10 October 2009
Today I picked up ANGEL from the framers and it looks terrific. Had a huge amount of difficulty trying to pick something for this as the painting is so intense that a plain frame was too simple and elegant frames were competing with the artwork however I used an inner gold frame to give the elegant frame a boundary which has worked really well.
This piece is for sale on www.adiart.com.au
09 October 2009
30 September 2009
The drive home was tragic, to the movies I was supposed to journey with my angel, Italian Film Festival was the call but alas the traffic was impenetrable, me in my funky blue station wagon that was once Master Rons was not to travel to the extravaganza on this fine warm evening, sadness ensued and beers were stopped for at the local drive through. However unexpected excitement awaited me. The arrival of two of Leslie Dittos paintings brought much joy and a very pleasant surprise. Yuki the kind little furry beast was happy with his very big bowl of food and cool water that I presented to his majesty, and the wind, how warm and pleasant continuing on well into the evening allowing me a large air vent that could be opened without icicles on the nose ridding myself of the smoke haze that seems to envelope my every move! Several beers later and much tobacco and Thoth begins to emerge from the darkness much like his arrival many thousands of years previous. I hit a nasty little snag a few days ago with this painting, failure seemed inevitable and it was put on the back blocks only to be followed with more failure. ADi being one who seems to fear torment persisted, a glaze here and a glaze there, remove the clouds in the background and that silly 12 apostle landscape, I have not even been there, more fire and brimstone I chanted, more magick with a 'K', the background was complete (sort off anyways). Silence was all around and that sweet loss of surroundings took control, I fell yet again and the tentacles of time started to untangle, the suckers let go. Thoth is emerging, at an ever so slow pace but no one in their right mind would rush such a being of light. The thrice great cannot be captured with my simple little hair sticks and colour but goodness - I will try.
20 September 2009
19 September 2009
This was one of two panels that I collaborated on with Chor Boogie from San Francisco in the States, he was out as a featured artist for 2008's Melbourne Stencil Festival. I did the backgrounds and detail and he painted his famous boogie bird into the scene. He kept one and I kept one for my private collection. Pretty cool!
18 September 2009
17 September 2009
This is a piece currently underway, which is coming along swimmingly with really crazy detail up close. It is based on one of the many Angel's who walk among us and she is full of love and light but is also quite the warrior if messed with...
One of the featured works from my last exhibition 'Intergalactic Alchemy', I decided to keep this piece in my personal collection so had it framed and doesn't it look amazing. Don't think I can ever part with this one!
04 September 2009
Duality - In essence this piece demonstrates the love between the sun (masculine) and the moon (feminine), forever gliding gracefully about each others bodies, touching only with their light. Taunting each other like two lovers that never tire.
With this piece I wanted to capture the opposites in our solar system that relate so heavily to our souls. I used very defining colours to represent each and adapted a tube so each life force could connect visually.
30 August 2009
This is a triptych I am working on for the upcoming Melbourne Stencil Festival. This intricate piece will display in colour the opposites of the sun (masculine) and moon (feminine), their connection to each other and represents the love between man and woman. The painting will be on show and for sale at the Melbourne Stencil Festival which opens on the 25th September 6pm, 117 Vere Street, Abbortsford, Victoria.