All works are acrylic on canvas.
Black and White
Arising Thoughts 18×24
Beauty Of Emptiness 18×24 framed
Trump’s Dark Heart (36×48)
Black and White series #2 (30×24) SOLD
Black and White series #3 (24×30)
Black and White series #4 (24×30) SOLD
Black and White series #5 (24×30)
Black and White series #6 (24×30) SOLD
The Outsider (24×30)
Black and White series #8 (24×30) SOLD
Black and White series #9 (48×72)
Black, White and Red Sparsley 40×60 SOLD
Black, White and Red at Times 18×24
Black, White and Two Articles Red 18×24 SOLD
Black, White and some Articles Red 36×48 SOLD
Breaking Bonds 18×24
Daddy’s Zippo 48×72 SOLD
Desert Terrain 18×24
Don’t Look Back 18×24 framed
Every Little Bit Counts 18×24
Purple Rain 40×60
Rapid Rabbit 18×24
Shower Forecast 18×24
Spirits Lifting 40×60
Transcendental Flight 48×60
Mu-No Self 30×24
No Attachment 30×24
No Attainment 30×24
No Cognition 30×24 SOLD
No Consciousness 24×30
No Form 30×24
No Path 30×24
No Suffering 30×24
Svaha 24×30 SOLD
The Four Horsemen
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are described in the Book of Revelation. The horsemen represent the perils that will befall humanity during the last days; they are seen as symbolizing Conquest, War, Famine, and Death. These paintings represent the warnings of the Four Horsemen.
All pieces are acrylic on canvas, measuring 30″ x 24″ and sold as a set.
Conquest, …a crown was given to him, and he went out conquering and to conquer.
Death, …its rider’s name was Death, and Hades followed him; and they were given power over a fourth of the earth, to kill with the sword and with famine.
Famine, …its rider had a balance in his hand; and I heard a voice saying, ‘A quart of wheat for a days work.’
War, …its rider was permitted to take peace from the earth, so that men should slay one another; and he was given a great sword.