The paintings you've made which reflect that of a surrealism sci-fi look in them seem to be, in my opinion, your strongest points in your artwork. It gives your pieces a distinguished look in which you can almost call, in a base sense, "your style". Viewers can take this into a visual sense of you having your own style, and in so, making your surrealistic sci-fi artwork more appreciated. Keep at it. They are quite amazing along with the color compositions and contrast that you put into them.
How immensely flattering! Right now I'm near completion of a painting that's more in the realm of a traditional fantasy landscape. However, after it's done I will be starting on a painting that is more definitively surreal. It will be completely spontaneous, derived from the world within with only a small reference to the outer world.
You're most welcome! This happens to me also: I start a promising abstract work, which most cases turn into a surreal /fantasy, because can't help myself stop seeing things istead of feeling only But in my opinion, you should never miss such a great idea like this of yours, only for sake of your strict programme in art deveoping. Your definition of colors seems to me of highly great sense, and your ideas are brilliant! Keep it up!
Thank you. I was reluctant to upload this painting because it kind of bulges in the middle. The graph pattern is completely straight in the original painting but it's really hard to get it that way when I shot it outside on a chair in my driveway.
I first started doing biomorphic colored pencil drawings in 1998. I couldn't draw more than six hours without my hand cramping up because I really bear down when I blend with prismacolors. Nine months later, Jan. 1999, I started painting for the first time in 15 years. "Cold Moon". I just layed down white paint and started 'doodling' blue paint into it and it felt so great and effortless. The painting seemed to create itself, practically.