Gma and Gpa. November 2014, Charcoal. 18×24″
Bruce Gideon Ronceray. October 2014, Acrylic paint.
Father & Daughter. August 2014, Charcoal, 8 1/2 x 11.”
Blurple. 2014. Sharpie Marker.
Aged Tree. April 2014. Coloured Charcoal. Available
Aged. May 2014, Black Pen. Available.
Creature. 2014, Charcoal.
Here Kitty, Kitty, Kitty. June 2014, Charcoal.
A lady who loves kittens now has this art piece.
Sketch of An Elephant. 2014, Charcoal. Available.
Ford. 2014, Charcoal, 10 x 13.”
Given to my younger brother as a birthday gift in Estevan, Saskatchewan.
Life’s Sunflower. 2013, Charcoal and acrylic, 18 x 24.”
It is now in the hands of the lovely lady in the piece, in Montreal, Quebec.
Oh Molly. 2013, Charcoal.
It is now in Molly’s parents house in Zenon Park, Saskatchewan.
Barbie Looses Her Mind. 2012, Charcoal.
Scarface. 2011, Acrylic.
It is in the hands of an owner in Estevan, Saskatchewan.
Zombies Love Apples. 2011, Graphite.
A Study of Georges Suerat’s Work, The Man. 2012, charcoal.
This is the art piece that first introduced me to charcoal. I tried to make a copy of one of Suerat’s work, to practice with the medium and get a feel for how another artist works with charcoal. The larger one on top is mine, and the one on bottom is Suerat’s smaller copy.
Frames of Wood. 2012, Wood, hinges, nails, adhesive, sparkles, sealing coat, velcro.
Experimentation with the wood shop and creation.
Johnny Cash, the Younger Years. 2013. Charcoal
As a gift from a friend to a friend in Estevan, SK.
My Literal, but Giant, Shoe. 2011, Black pen.
Currently hanging out in my house.
Rural in Urban. 2012, Cardboard and hot glue.
This artwork was on ‘the green’ at the University of Regina, but as winter came and the moisture took over, the cardboard slowly gave way and it ended up in a big dumpster.
Just A K or Less Away, 2010, Both pieces acrylic paint.
There is much more to know about each of these art pieces. If there are any questions about them, email me at email@example.com.