• EKG

    Sometimes I have to remind myself on how browns and golds and reds work together. It started out as windows, then moved to buildings, then lots of molding paste and huge gobs of black later, it became this.

    I think it looks more like a forest on a lake, truthfully, but that’s boring: the sense of reflection and the up-and-down movement reminds me of those EKG monitors in the hospital – you know those blips on a screen that let the hospital staff know how the heart is working? Those.

    There might be a cathedral in there as well. That’s why I called it EKG. Heart monitor. Religion may be the opiate of the masses but it’s the heart in a heartless world.

    Acrylic on Canvas, 20″ X 16″
    Located at: The Beaumont Studios