Here is a collection of projects designed and produced on different surfaces.
Alfred Coffee, Silverlake Ca.
Painted a version of geometric tree tops.
Kim Sing Theatre, Los Angeles Ca.
This theatre was established in 1926 during the height of Art Deco design in Los Angeles. I had the great pleasure painting a marquee above it's exit.
Here is a little series of deep red shades, gold leaf and resin. I call them Batu Bata, which means 'bricks' in Indonesian.
Inspired by the thought of having a coffee in a dark jungle while looking up at glistening flora. Alfred Coffee in Silverlake kindly allowed me to paint this style on 3 of their walls.
A Golden Flash in Space
This piece was created for Andrea Shaffer who purchased the impressive Concrete House by architect Fred McDowell. I was inspired by the color palette of Gustav Klimt and the views from the living room. It is made of a 24" x 48" wooden panel with acrylic paint, gold leaf and a thick resin coat.
A painting collection made of acrylic, gold leaf and resin. These symbols represent the common aesthetic between Art Deco, the 80s and the celestial realm.
This project began when I realized the 101 freeway and it's commuters needed some extra color and love.
Jungle inspired jewelry made in sterling silver, rose gold and yellow gold vermeil. I worked along side unbelievably talented artisans in Bali, Indonesia to bring these designs to life.