Sometimes art should not be pleasant, it should not be polite; it should confront you and make you think. It should make you reflect upon who you are as a person, and what are you doing—today, to improve the lives of those people right next to you. This series is not allegorical, nor representative of a personal journey. These pieces are a social commentary intended to make the viewer take a step back, to look at what is happening in their cities, their neighborhoods and to make eye contact with the people in those lost urban spaces
"Chinooks", acrylic on canvas, 45"x40"
Mack and the Boy's Palace, acrylic on canvas, 30"x30"
"Par for the course", acrylic on canvas, 24"x30" SOLD
"Fisherman's Terminal", acrylic on canvas, 54"x45"