So after many years being known as “The Organic Artist”, I thought I’d say a little about it.
Organic Art to me is primal, vital, and representational of much more. It may be a formation of rocks caught in macro photography, or a peeling fence, a waving field of grass, or a blob of burnt sienna. Textural paint in a swirl of emotion, or soft waves and washes of color across a plain.
All having to do with time, and the natural occurrences of deterioration in the wild, are elements I try to capture in my paintings.
These leaves are small macro worlds of color decaying, changing, evolving.
They leave you wondering about our fleeting moments.