This painting is from my new series started in 2013. The content is unknown even to me as it was I'd say channeled as I do not know the other word for this process. I tarted to … [Read more...]
I guess in this case the expression is for the viewer to be experienced. … [Read more...]
This painting was done by my old photo of my son and daughter of our friends. When I saw it I knew I had to make a painting from that. That atmosphere of the Summer and kids like … [Read more...]
This a scenery for Morrisburg known as Upper Canada Village and is from my series "Trades of Morrisburg". Nice Summer day and it is a time for some ride for the visitors. … [Read more...]
This is another painting from the series "Trades of Morrisburg", as after every day hard work all deserve some entertainment. These people on my paintings are real and are part of … [Read more...]
This painting is one of the series "Trades of Morrisburg" known as Upper Canada Village, The man is presenting his skills as the others from the series, in this case chiselling … [Read more...]
Over the years his painting style and techniques have developed and broadened. Joseph’s favorite style is realism and portraiture, as well as that of old masters’ paintings as they have stories and hidden messages to tell. From one day to the next, Joseph is able to switch to completely different subjects and styles. He says, “Life would be very boring if one does only one thing over again and again”.
From my website you can see I work from portrait to abstract. Paintings look detailed, but I try to avoid the photographic look. The painting has to have some “charge” from the artist, so to speak.
It is very hard to find the proper words for this, but I try to explain it. If there is a painting it has some "aura". This aura is an energy that one senses in the painting and it disappears in copies of the original work.
Art China Beijing with The Gallery Steiner Sept. 2013
Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, New York, Nov - Dec 2013
few 2nd places and 3rd places with the same organization.
2nd place with Nepean Fine Arts League.
Two Honorable Mentions from World Wide Art Books.