Wood Paintings & Signs
I'm often asked what type of wood I use, and where I find it. The answer is: it depends! I love "shopping" for wood in my dad's garage and my friend's yard for unique paintings. For more specific sizes, I use spruce, cedar, and pine, either in wide format, or in planks to assemble. Each piece is uniquely cut, sanded, and hand-painted. No two pieces are exactly alike, making each an original piece of art.
My current abstract works are using 1.5 inch gallery-wrapped canvas in various sizes. I love experimenting with modeling paste, bubble wrap, hot glue, and aluminum foils to create uniquely textured art. I especially love creating large format contemporary pieces, often with a splash of gold or silver.
Each piece is finished with saw-tooth or eye-hooks, ready for hanging.
(Note: I am currently not accepting custom or portfolio duplicate orders. However, visit or inquire about current works at a local shop, listed on the Stores page.)