Original Artwork by Shaw Art Design
This is one of my favorites pieces and one that started me down the path to what I've been calling, "Digital Mixed Media Art", an approach where by I mix and manipulate digital versions of my original paintings, drawings and photographs onto a digital canvas creating one-of-a-kind original prints.
Inspired by the excitement of skating at Truro's Civic Square Park on a cold crispt moonlit Februray night.
The first in a series of three. I've always had this fascination with crows and ravens so this series was an exploration into colors and moods and what sort of tensions I could create.
One of 3 artworks in the "Cosmic Aura" Series. An out of this world art series inspired by the sights at Cavendish Beach, PEI one sunny summer day in 2020.
Second of 3 artworks in the "Cosmic Aura" Series. An out of this world art series created on a digital canvas by combining photos of the cliffs, the ocean and beach treasures from Cavendish Beach, PEI.
Third of 3 artworks in the "Cosmic Aura" Series.
The first in a series of 4 pieces that explored the colors, shapes moods and textures one would find in a tropical rain forest.
They put a smile on my face, what do you think?
For a view of the complete series see my instagram page.
Created during the first few weeks of the covid-19 pandemic, “That’s F%#king Messed Up” depicts elements of how some of us were feeling, the fear, the unknown and especially the helplessness we all felt as it all played out in front of us on the world stage. It's also the 1st in a series of three titled, "Messed Up", that explore this new devestating reality we live in.
Available in two sizes:
$85 16"x16" limited edition numbered prints, only 10 printed.
The 2nd in the "Messed Up" Series exploring the pandemic and its devestation to our friends and family.
Nautical, whimsical, both, neither. With it's colorful oranges and yellows set on a geometric palette of blues, this piece takes us away to a different time.
The merger of two original paintings into one digital canvas.
I love the colors and textures of this piece and think it would make a bold statement if it was hanging in an entryway.
This piece is from my "Through the Years" series, (August 2020) where I explored geometric shapes and color tones to represent a specific time or year in the past.
For a view of the complete series see my instagram feed.