Here's what Three Stones Gallery is currently showing of my work. The blue Dual Owl has been recently updated. There are three paintings in the the Dual Owls series.The white Inuit figure is the 1st in my Calder Series. It's combining a section of an Inuit print called "Juggling Balls" with two images of Calder's mobiles.
This is the 2nd painting in what seems to be another series. This time about Torii. Torii are the gates that divide the mundane world from the spiritual. This work is on canvas and is enveloped all in the many ranges of red. It seems to suggestive a subtle narrative. Sedna (the Inuit sea goddess) seems to be floating through a series of Torii. Did she come down from Mt. Fuji?
I used his The Goldfish, 1925 and the Black Prince, 1927 for the dark the dream-like palette with luminous highlights. The images are Japanese and Inuit. It all relates to transformation.
I took many photos and projected them onto paper and did over-lays.
The fox is Kitsuni, the assistant to the god Inari, and has the power to transform. The syllabics say "fox" in Inuktitut.