Saturday, April 27, 2019

Storm Over Spire

The Tower of Babel seems to be as good a metaphor as ever of human striving & human arrogance, which is why I've used it repeatedly in the past, so it of course makes an appearance in the Book of Revelations...(see previous posts)

Storm Over Spire, 2019, acrylic on panel, 9" diameter

The Angel of the Revelation

Since the world (the one we actually live in) has allegedly only about 10 years to go until at least widespread systemic collapse (no joke), I'm working on the Book of Revelations to try & avoid the disaster...which may not be much, but it's something. Here's an Angel to try & save things...

The Angel of the Revelation, 2019, acrylic on panel, 14" x 11"

The Madman in Red (the Sun)

This is one of the "jokers in the pack" as it were...for the Book of Revelations...

The Madman in Red (the Sun), 2019, acrylic on panel, 12" x 12"

The Plains of Megiddo

Another small acrylic painting from the "Book of Revelations" as I've decided to call it...this is a reference of course to Armageddon, the Final Battle, which you can read about on Wikipedia here.

The Plains of Megiddo, 2019, acrylic on panel, 8" x 10"

Tuesday, April 23, 2019


Another painting from the "Book of Revelations" series, this one done in basically monochrome hues. The giant figure looming over the world theme is one I've dealt with several times before...

Destroyer, 2019, acrylic on panel, 20" x 16"

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Judgment Day

This may be the highlight of the Revelation Series, or at least a highlight. I may do a larger & more complex version of this someday...

Judgment Day, 2019, acrylic on panel, 20" x 16"

Tuesday, April 09, 2019

A Palette

Personally I like to see behind the scenes regarding other artists' working methods & so forth. So, in the interest of sharing information, here is a palette I've been using recently for the Revelation series of paintings (posts below). It's a simple orange paper plate—we have a stack of them in the kitchen cupboard. They're cheap & disposable, & I don't find that the bright orange distracts from the other colors, for some reason. It's kind of an interesting artifact in & of itself. Maybe I should sell these on Etsy or something, as I usually just throw them away. Thoughts?

Palette, 2019, acrylic paint on paper plate, 7" diameter approx.

Monday, April 08, 2019

More Paintings from the Revelation Series

Whilst you can see all of the current images on Flickr and Tumblr, I thought I'd post a random selection here also. I've included seven of them, which is an appropriate number for the Book of Revelation, as it occurs numerous times.

Damaged Souls, 2019, acrylic on panel, 14" x 11".

Damaged Gods, 2019, acrylic on panel, 12" x 16"

This is the way...step inside.., 2019, acrylic on panel, 20" x 16"

Eye in the Sky / Eye of Heaven, 2019, acrylic on panel, 14" x 11"

Melt / Down, 2019, acrylic on panel, 14" x 11"

Riders in the Sky, 2019, acrylic on panel, 14" x 11"

There Arose a Radiant Star, 2019, acrylic on panel, 10"x 8"

Wednesday, April 03, 2019

Ezekiel's Wheels

This is one I've been meaning to paint for a long time. A few years (about 6) ago, I did a drawing that proved somewhat unsuccessful...I think this version is better. From the Revelation series (forthcoming).

Ezekiel's Wheels, 2019, acrylic on panel, 20" x 16".