Aerial View of Couple Walking on the Santa Monica Pier figure oil painting
Inspired by an engaging wide-angle perspective, sunset lighting on the pedestrians, and the textured backdrop of the Santa Monica Pier, I created this expressive figure painting in my unique Pixel Impressionist style, reminiscent of artists like Chuck Close and the Futurists. more info / purchase >

Hat and Red Jacket on Hollywood Boulevard #2, 2014

This piece is part of my series depicting people walking on Hollywood Boulevard. The figure is rendered in my signature Pixel Impressionist style. more info / purchase >
This aerial view of two friends walking on a beach path was inspired by my view perched on the Santa Monica Pier. To capture the motion of the subjects and immediacy of the moment, I painted the figures using my signature Pixel Impressionist style. This is my unique approach to contemporary figurative painting. more info / purchase >

Mother and Child Walking at Santa Monica Beach, 2014 oil painting

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This painting was inspired by a view from the Santa Monica Pier looking at pedestrians on the path below. Expressively painted on a gallery wrapped canvas, this aerial portrait was created with my signature Pixel Impressionist style rending the motion of the figures with action-filled brushstrokes. The palette reminds one of the beach. more info >

Man Bicycling on the Beach in Santa Monica

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This painting was inspired by a view from the Santa Monica Pier looking at the cyclists and pedestrians on the bike path below. Expressively painted on a gallery wrapped canvas, this aerial portrait was created with my signature Pixel Impressionist style rending the motion of the figure with action-filled brushstrokes. more info >

Aerial Painting of Men That Don’t Want to Be Painted, 2013

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While capturing video from the Santa Monica Pier of pedestrians and cyclists on the bike path below, one of my unwitting subjects started yelling up at me. Perhaps he thought I was the NSA installing a permanent surveillance camera on the pier. In any event, I was inspired by that intense moment, and this painting had to be done. I rendered the contrasting emotions of the foreshortened figures in my signature Pixel Impressionist brushstrokes. more info / purchase >

Cyclic Wearing Helmet Riding in Santa Monica

This large painting of a cyclist was inspired by an aerial view from the Santa Monica pier looking down at the pedestrians and bicyclists below. I rendered the movement of the figure in my expressive, but precise Pixel Impressionist style. This work is the culmination of over 25 years of painting. more details >