Centrifuge
Acrylic, pigment, marker on canvas.
To know ourselves, we also need to know our bodies - the science and mechanics of how we work. An interest in medicine and anatomy directed my color palette and sent me on a search for pigments which best reflected the bodily color scheme of blood, bruises, veins and flesh.
11" x 14"
12.75" x 15.17" x 2" framed
2019

Cut Deep
Acrylic, pigment, graphite, marker on canvas.
To know ourselves, we also need to know our bodies - the science and mechanics of how we work. An interest in medicine and anatomy directed my color palette and sent me on a search for pigments which best reflected the bodily color scheme of blood, bruises, veins and flesh.
11" x 14"
12.75" x 15.17" x 2" framed
2019

Stars and Stripes
Acrylic, pigment, marker on canvas.
To know ourselves, we also need to know our bodies - the science and mechanics of how we work. An interest in medicine and anatomy directed my color palette and sent me on a search for pigments which best reflected the bodily color scheme of blood, bruises, veins and flesh.
11" x 14"
12.75" x 15.17" x 2" framed
2019

Lazarus by Harlow Skalwold

Lazarus
Acrylic, gold pigment, and mixed media on canvas.
12" x 12" x 2"
2019

Black Star

Black Star
Acrylic, gold pigment, and mixed media on canvas.
12" x 12" x 2"
2019

Untitled (torso study)
Acrylic and mixed media on canvas.
This is a study of anatomy, color relations, and abstraction. I feel the large black strokes reflect being washed over, obscured by a sea of noise and crowds of people clamoring to be heard.
16" x 20"
2019

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