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Contemplating the Fine Line of a Razor’s Edge

linocut, image size 9″ x 12″, paper size 11″ x 15″, edition of 11, 2012

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Kansas City 2008- Paintings of...

A Painting of A Painting Which is A Self Portrait, During a Triple Veneration Rite, with a Floating Pink Dragon Scale

acrylic and aluminum foil on canvas, 30″x 24″, 2012

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Kansas City 2008- Mirrors

Handcrafted Reminder of Stupidly Large American Style Vanities, i.e. Mine, Yours, Ours

aluminum foil on canvas, 68″x 68″, 2012

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Kansas City 2008- Mirrors

Vintage Western Mirror, In Honor of Dead Ranches Everywhere

acrylic on canvas, 15″X 19″, 2012

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Kansas City 2008-

2 Non-Corpums Entities Gathering Around a Table for Nourishment and Conversation, with Thrift Store Plates, One Grey Athletic Sock (Clean), Cast Stone Beer Pitcher with Floral Arrangement, and A Painting of A Painting of A Painting of a Jeweled Window. This is Just a Fraction of a Larger Idea.

acrylic and aluminum foil on canvas, 68″x 60″, 2012

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Kansas City 2008- Paintings of...

A Painting of A Painting of An Eternal Spaghetti Offering For Jack. We Miss You Dog.

acrylic and aluminum foil on canvas, 24″x 30″, 2012

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Kansas City 2008-

Day Dream of Smokey, Sexy, Silly, Slouchy Hat, Sunday Morning Surprise, with Champaigne, Medicine Ball, Sunday Crossword, and Antique Ashtray

acrylic, spray paint and aluminum foil on canvas, 40 x 46 inches, 2012

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Kansas City 2008- Mirrors Paintings of...

Painting of a Mirror, For a 35 Year Old, To Gaze Into & To Learn To Stop Desiring and/or Needing Answers

acrylic, spray paint and aluminum foil on canvas, 46 x 38 inches, 2011

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Kansas City 2008-

Landscape, As Seen Through Timmy’s Westside Jeweled Staircase Window

acrylic and aluminum foil on panel, 26 x 21 inches, 2011

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Kansas City 2008- Paintings of...

This is A Painting of A Painting, That From Here On Out I Will Pretend My Friend, The Painter John Wesley, Made Specifically For Me On the Occassion of My 35th Birthday. Thanks John!

Acrylic and spray paint on cardboard, 48″ x  70″, 2011