Ode to Szukalski 

Stanisław Szukalski (13 December 1893 – 19 May 1987) was a Polish painter and sculptor, who intended to create a new Polish art based on its mythology and history. He also developed the pseudoscientific-historical theory of Zermatism, positing that all human culture was derived from post-deluge Easter Island and that humankind was locked in an[…]

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Chameleon

I found this chameleon hanging onto dear life on the electric fence. Poor thing did’nt even know how to change colours properly. Personally, when you encounter a chameleon be aware that they are change agents and they assist you with the next transition of a major life stage. Change is[…]

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INRI – Winston Sauli – 1970

This is personally a very important South African political painting. Winston painted this piece after being released from Prison by the the Apartheid State in 1970.  The expressive brush strokes and pain is evident in the work, reminds me of Basquit’s style but remember this was before Basquit.  Winston died,[…]

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Robotica 

Robotica has found a loving home in Johannesburg, South Africa. I am so stoked. Robotica, may your gaze forever speak to the viewers that look at you.

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Marilyn is Glowing

A tribute to Warhol. Only more kitsch. Glow in the dark paint with Data Dots. Click on the image anove to see Marilyn glow. This painting has found a home in George, South Africa.

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Old Town Woodcut

I found this beautiful partially completed 3 dimensional woodcut in a junk store and decided to complete it. The horse carriage wheels needed some work. I sanded the piece and stained the wood. All that is left now is to highlight some areas with more woodstain, sand then oil the[…]

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A House In Potch

This gem of a print is currently being framed. It is box framed and the image is floated off the backing board. The shadows and details are quite tasty. A3 Floating Box Frame, Digital Print with DataDots for Authenticity

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Great Artists Steal

A rework of one of Jan Hendrik Pierneef’s works. The lines are more simplified and the clouds are wild. Paint by numbers style. Acrylic on canvas with DataDots. This painting has found a home in Pretoria, South Africa.  

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