Crow and Drone

The ‘Crow and Drone’ painting truly celebrates what these lush lacquers can do. Painted on a thick slab of red oak. 27” x 9.75” x 2”

Cafe Kitten

This black cat is painted on extremely hard wood from Madagascar, cannot recall the actual type though, although I can tell you it is hard enough to break saw blades! 33 5/8” x 12.5”

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Crow, Blossoms and Buckshot

This sunny piece has layer after layer of lacquer applications; the more you look the more you see. The perfect antidote to a stressful day. 21” x 11 1/8”

Calico II

This beautiful, docile calico is painted in the lushest nail lacquers, on two vintage planks. 19.5” x 11” x 1.25”

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Wounded Cat

This diptych is the first of the Nail Lacquer Series, painted on planks from an old Lake Tahoe pier. Many, many layers of lush lacquer, a very challenging profile to get right! Inspired by a veterinary clinic sign in Karlsruhe, Germany. 13” x 8 3/4”

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2Crow

This diptych is my second crow amongst cherry blossoms, inspired by 19th century Japanese woodblocks and packaging wrap. Painted with the most lush nail polish lacquer, a rich, buttery, diverse surface. 23 3/4” x 11 5/8” x 1.5”

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Ghost Cat

This spooky, quiet little moment will be sure to strike you daily. Nail polish lacquer on a driftwood plank. 21.25” x 5.5”

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Cocktails

Many enjoy a soothing cocktail in their favorite nightclub, locale, or just hangin’ at home. Rich, layered nail lacquers suffuse this piece with real depth. 17.5” x 7.75”. Nail lacquer on vintage plank.

Calico III

This calico is lushishly painted on two vintage planks with layer upon layer of rich nail lacquers. 19” x 15 3/8”

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White Cat

This elegant feline is painted on an old, discarded board, most likely one the kitty would like to snooze on in a sun patch. Lush lacquer on vintage plank. 36” x 5.75”

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Relax

An elegant little beauty capturing in a pared-down fashion a relaxing moment. 12.5” x 6”. Nail lacquer on vintage plank.

Pop project: introducing the first ever Nail Lacquer paintings! Like the great printmakers of the 19th century, these will be editions (not necessarily), though hand-painted in nail lacquer on driftwood and planks, not printed, each piece unique. Message me if interested. (to learn more and order yours.) Nothing beats that buttery lacquer… (you can tell I’m a dad to girls huh?)

These are standalone paintings in the pop appropriation space tradition of Richard Prince, Warhol, Sigmar Polke, Barbara Kruger, Jeff Koons, Damian Hirst, Shepard Fairey, Duchamp and so on…