Monday, May 7, 2012

First Year at Yale done

Charohn, Graphite on paper, 28 x 36, 2012
Fuck Drawing, ink on paper, 36 x 24, 2012
destroyed by water damage
Endia, Oil on linen, 24 x 32, 2012
Private Collection

Young Scholar, Oil on copper, 5 x 7, 2012
Private Collection

Let us trade, Oil on wood framed, 22 x 19, 2012

Wayde, Oil on canvas stretched on panel, 6 x 7, 2012
Private Collection

Come Study, Oil on canvas with wooden box, 42 x 33, 2012

Stranger to a child's drawing 2, Oil on canvas, 48 x 32
Private Collection

So here are some new works from this past semester and I will post more after this is published. This first year has helped me to grow in my exploration and the resources at YALE are unlimited to say the least. So take a look at the work, leave a response and we can have a dialogue about the pieces in this post as well as the next.

Peace, love and afro grease!

1 comment:

  1. "I saw this picture in the school library where someone's face was all made up of fruits and vegetables," my son said. "Would be cool to have one of those in my room."
    He and I searched for art about "vegetables" in and immediately found this one,, by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, which fits the bill to the nearest pear.