• SAAB 2000

    SAAB 2000

    Latex on SAAB that was donated to me. I performed the painting and stood atop the painted car and read Dogde Daytona (look in Word Sculpture portfolio to read it) during the opening day of MoMA/PS1's art exhibit Greater New York. The painted car remained on view throughout the exhbition and was later towed back to the company who donated it to me. Not For Sale.

  • Dodge Daytona

    Dodge Daytona

    This is the first car I painted. It's a Dodge Daytona. I noticed that it had been sitting in front of my studio for quite awhile and was getting destroyed by vandals. It was getting uglier and uglier so I decided to spruce it up by painting it. I call this style of painting "Urban Camouflage". I wrote a Word Sculpture about painting this car. It's in the portfolio entitled Word Sculpture. It was towed a few days after I painted it. Not For Sale.

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    1Urban_cam_slide2

  • Almost an American Flag

    Almost an American Flag

    I saw yet another stolen and dumped car in the lot across from my studio. Since it just sat and sat without any tow trucks coming to remove it, I decided to beautify it by turning it into an American Flag. Before I was able to paint stars and complete the flag, the cops arrived.....this is the car that got me busted with the law. It was towed a few days later. Not for Sale

  • Americana

    Americana

    17 x 30 x 16Latex, acrylic and polyurethane on desk chair that I found in a dumpster at M.I.T. It hangs on the wall like a regular painting.

  • I Love You

    I Love You

    Oil on Mercedestowed.

  • Red Racers Love Seat

    Red Racers Love Seat

    69 x 35 x 26Latex, polyurethane and a sheet of luon to cover the springs on the bottom on a love seat that hangs on wall like a regular painting.

  • Untitled

    Untitled

    approx 20 feet tallSite Specific sculpture in NYC. Newspaper, wire.

  • Self-Made

    Self-Made

    200521”x 15” x 6” Adhesive, Enamel, Suitcase, Deconstructed and reconstructed.

  • Urban Camouflage II

    Urban Camouflage II

    200072 x 60Acrylic on canvas. The Urban Camouflage series began on cars and I later moved over to painting the Urban Camouflage onto canvas.

  • Happy Birthday is on the left. Ice Cream Sundae is on the right.

    Happy Birthday is on the left. Ice Cream Sundae is on the right.

    Happy Birthday 41 x 111 x 13 --sold--Ice Cream Sundae 70 x 40 x 42 contact artist for purchase infousing latex, canvas, chicken wire and other materials, I created these contemporary pieces. Happy Birthday hangs. It is shown mounted to a wall here and can also hang horizontally from industrial ceiling piping.

  • Urban Camouflage II shown in a store window in Manhattan

    Urban Camouflage II shown in a store window in Manhattan

    The Urban Camouflage series began on cars and I later moved over to painting the Urban Camouflage onto canvas.

  • Urban Camo III

    Urban Camo III

    200248 x 36Acrylic on canvas. The Urban Camouflage series began on cars and I later moved over to painting the Urban Camouflage onto canvas.

  • Urban Camouflage IV

    Urban Camouflage IV

    200348 x 34Acrylic on canvas. The Urban Camouflage series began on cars and I later moved over to painting the Urban Camouflage onto canvas.

CARS & URBAN CAMO