May 12, 2022 Visual Interest Installation
I was feeling either sick or feeling the onset of a bipolar downward swing.
I felt like this painting was well constructed and a clear representation of my vision that day.
Trump was acquitted without witnesses and Democracy took a step back.
Despite political frustration, I had a blast painting my first plexiglas in quite some time.
I used Salem Green as the base of a five color set on our Victorian house in Buffalo, New York. I miss that house.
Painting is therapy and on this particular day I needed some good therapy.
Just feeling a little chill so I painted something a little more tense and tame at the same time.
This is an emotional response to the situation between the USA and Iran and just the volume of noise and chaos.
Plexiglas live paint specifically to play on Instagram. 59 sec post. Aerial, '19, acrylic on plexiglas, 22 x 8 inch
At the moment this was painted,Trump and Putin had successfully and tragically divided our nation.
I wanted something to reflect my love for the colors of the holidays.
"Midnight" '19, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 36 inches
A Christopher Sharits Video from inside exhibit "A retrospective view of the pathway" by Roger Hiorns (British Artist) taken at The Contemporary at Austin Laguna Gloria Texas September 26th 2015
Live video painting of a very quick canvas painting in 2017, 1 hour 17 mins.
While a few other works by myself appear in the video, the purpose is to demonstrate the gentile flow of the plexiglas mobile "Infinity." 2018.
Honestly, I think we were hammered during this video shoot. This plexiglas painting hangs in my brother's house as a thank you gift. "House of Joy" two sided, '18, acrylic on plexiglas, 24 x 48 inches
First painting of 2020. "Sonic Pulse" '20, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 60 inches
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