Size: 48"W x 36"H x 0.5"D
Year Created: 2018
Ready to Hang
The reason I chose the title for this piece is I used my left eye to paint and my left hand.
I created this piece as a accident at first and then a way to work with some different structuring of paints and gold which I tend to stear away from usually. I started this about four weeks ago setting it aside to start other pieces and coming back periodically when a particular mood or song came on my pandora radio. I found that I was drawn to the piece when I listened to a song called "the gravel road" by James Newton Howard.
My inspiration in creating this piece was freeing my mind allowing my left eye and my right Brain to compose something I didn't premeditated but just allow movements to flow. In the end I regaled it looked much like gravel paths meeting at the center molding and melting into themselves like the songs name.
This piece is on Gallery back stapled heavy duty archival quality canvas, wood frame profile. Professional frame construction with kiln-dried beveled stretcher bars.
The edges are not painted but can be upon request.
A UV-resistant gloss varnish has been applied to help protect and preserve the artwork. This is 100% original work and not a print furthermore no copies ever be produced. The piece will be signed upon purchase and include a gift or as I call it "the pieces growth"
I was born and raised in Corona Del Mar, surrounded by the artistic world that is Southern California. I never ended up going to school for art as sometimes life changes directions. I did find however that painting had chased me and caught up reminding me that once it's in your heart you can never leave it. So I began to create.....