" Bird Vernacular"    is an exploration in the melange of positive and negative space by the use of simple characters (birds and tulips for ex.) to find the painting's equilibrium. Here are some of the paintings 

                                                                                                              

Above image:

Birds and Tulips  / 2011

34" x 46" acrylic, copper & gold leaf on Museum board (sold)

 

 

 

Brushes with Tulips  /  2010  -sold

14" x 20"  - acrylic, gold & copper leaf on paper 

 

 

Bird Vernacular  /  2011

24" x 36" - acrylic, copper & gold leaf, paper, on museum bd.

 

 

Birds and Tulips 3  /  2011 - sold

11" x 14" - acrylic, med., copper & gold leaf Museum board.

 

 

Nesting  / 2013

12" x 24"  - acrylic on wood cradle

 

 

 

Bird Line  / 2011

11" x 14" acrylic, papers, gold & copper leaf on wood cradle

 

 

 

In Spring  / 2012  -sold

24" x 30" acrylic on canvas 

 

 

Garden Temple  / 2013  -sold

12" x 24" acrylic on wood cradle 

 

 

Birds and Tulips 2 / 2011 - sold

18" x 30" acrylic, copper, gold leaf on museum board 

 

 

Spring Flux  / 2012

30" x 40" acrylic on linen