24" x 48" x 3/4"
mixed media, acrylic
A graffitied tree found in a ravine in my hometown. There's not much else to do in Oakville besides leave it, have kids, or be a kid with some kind of internal strife.
Made of acrylic paints including a special extra matte black paint for the outlines and gel medium for highlights.
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This painting is part of an ongoing body of work, The Little Things, is the process of my recovery from CPTSD - my concerted effort to take note of the things that bring beauty, joy and intrigue to my world in order to rekindle a passion for creating art. In playful, yet somber, applications of layers and mark making, I indulge the world’s small absurd joys. By cartooning and abstracting them, I distills the feeling of intrigue they create in me.