Warhol Reimagined 2020

This is day six of the 30 Days 30 Works Project and this is my sixth submission. Warhol Reimagined is a photo montage print. It isn’t on my website yet. In the meantime, you can see many of my photomontage pieces online.

Abstract Photo Montage
Warhol Reimagined, New York City, 6 April 2020

Don’t Give Up

This is day five of the 30 Days 30 Works Project and this is my fifth submission. Don’t Give Up is a photo montage print. It isn’t on my website yet. In the meantime, you can see many of my photomontage pieces online.

Abstract Photomontage
Don’t Give Up, 9″x12″ photomontage. New York City, 5 April 2020

Future Celebrations

This is day four of the 30 Days 30 Works Project and this is my fourth submission. Future Celebrations is a photo montage print. It isn’t on my website yet. In the meantime, you can see many of my photomontage pieces online.

Abstract Photomontage
Future Celebrations, 9″x12″ photomontage. New York City, 4 April 2020

Let’s do coffee

This is day three of the 30 Days 30 Works Project and this is my third submission. Let’s do coffee is a photo montage print. It isn’t on my website yet. In the meantime, you can see many of my photomontage pieces online.

Abstract Photo Montage
Let’s do coffee, photomontage print on 6″x9″ acid free watercolor paper. New York City, 3 April 2020

What Have We Learned?

This is day two of the 30 Days 30 Works Project and is my second submission. What Have We Learned? is part of a larger body of work titled Rape is a 4 letter word. It isn’t on my website yet. In the meantime, you can see many of my photomontage pieces online.

Abstract Mixed Media Photo Montage
What Have We Learned? 6″x9″ on acid free watercolor paper. New York City 2 April 2020

No Means No: The Rape of Tamar

This is day one on the 30 Days 30 Works Project and is my first submission. No Means No: The Rape of Tamar is part of a larger body of work titled Rape is a 4 letter word.

Mixed Media Art for the 30 Days 30 Works project
No Means No: The Rape of Tamar, printed on 6″x9″ watercolor paper. New York City, 1 April 2020