For a while Iâ€™ve noticed that I never really paint any types of animals. So when I was given the opportunity to paint something I havenâ€™t tackled previously, in this case a great white shark, I went for it.
Entries Tagged as 'Artist Interpretation'
April 11th, 2008 · 8 Comments
August 29th, 2007 · 7 Comments
Every once and a great while I’ll watch a film that completely catches me off guard. The first time I saw Pulp Fiction, long before I knew who Quentin Tarantino was, I was fifteen years old. From the moment Jules shot the guy laying on the couch in the motel room, Pulp Fiction was as [...]
July 9th, 2007 · No Comments
Gallery work has been a developing interest of mine for the past year or so, in an attempt to branch out in my artistic endeavors. So during one of my visits to www.illustrationmundo.com last December a post from The Uppercase Gallery caught my eye. The gallery, located in Calgary, Alberta Canada, was seeking artists to [...]
May 28th, 2007 · 2 Comments
It can be challenging to boil down an entire film into a single image, so instead of illustrating any particular scene I try find the major themes or overall concept of the film as I feel that will generate something much more powerful. With Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind I saw a film that [...]
April 22nd, 2007 · 2 Comments
The films Fight Club, A Beautiful Mind, The Machinist, Secret Window and Donnie Darko all share a common theme: the antagonists exist solely in the minds of the protagonists. I find the more compelling link is that these five protagonists all suffer from an intense anxiety and loneliness. It is this internal struggle, the conflict [...]