Using acrylic pouring techniques to create paintings.
Tropical blooms add warmth to an ever cooling temperature and keep me grounded during this period of rapid change. The simple blue toned background adds to the healing nature of these flower paintings. These paintings are 12×12 inches, Acrylic on … Read More
In keeping with decades of tradition, Jamaican artist Sharon Fox-Mould, has created a series of table mats. A sample of which is shown below. They make a sophisticated and cheerful addition to any meal while contributing to a unique dining experience. Manufactured … Read More
My new series captures the purity of Jamaican landscape. It was an amazing experience being at the maroon village in Charles Town, Portland, Jamaica at their annual conference. The cultural experience is unmatched in Jamaica and yet gets very little support. … Read More
The Bird of Paradise flower is one of the most beautiful among flora. The plant is given this name because the flower looks like a brightly colored bird in flight. My floral paintings took on a new meaning since tropical flora motivates my … Read More
What are masks used for? Why do people make masks? Masks are a language of pretense that allow us to exaggerate or hide emotions or feelings. We create moods and characteristics like happiness or sadness, comic relief or tragedy, Gods … Read More