Driving West

I paint abstract landscapes, usually acrylic ink on Tyvek synthetic paper.  The synthetic paper is adhered to either a cradled wood panel or Masonite-style hardboard with a starch-based adhesive, and then framed.  The painting can be displayed open or behind glass or plexiglass.  I've been using Tyvek as a painting surface since the early 1990s and originally used acrylic paint.  In recent years, I've discovered acrylic inks.  Ink is trickier to work with, but provides beautiful results.  Sometimes I combine both the acrylic ink and the acrylic paint.  Below are some examples:

454 - Spring
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569 59 Evening Heat
I also occasionally paint canvases with acrylic paint, including multi-paneled abstracts like below. These pieces are part of my home's collection. If you are interested in having a piece commissioned then please contact me.