Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistC S Collectionturpentyne1
Description A twist on one of Picasso's earliest paintings, 'Science and Charity.' Except now the Rubik's cube is dying. Poor fellow. We all cheated anyway, and moved the stickers around, or plucked out the plastic squares.
C S Member Since November 2008 Artist Statement I created my first drawing on the side of my clothes dresser with a screwdriver. I was five. And I haven't stopped looking for new ways to share visual ideas or raise people’s eyebrows with my art.
At 10, I won an award for designing the logo of a children's art show at the Heard Museum in Phoenix. At 18, I was the first production artist hired at a local art production house, Phoenix Art Press. But the company's artistic assembly line and furniture-art mentality clashed with my interests. I wanted to make art that said something, that told a story.
After spending a short time in Boston, during the mid-1990s, I decided to get a degree. In 1999, I received an Associates degree in visual Communication and began designing websites. By 2000, I was produced illustrations and two comic strips for an underground ’zine. At the prodding of a few friends I began joining art shows. In 2001, I received the Viewers' Choice Award at the Alwun House Exotic art show. I have had several successful local gallery showings since then.
In 2004, I went to South America and stayed a year, spending most of my time in Lima, Peru. I returned home to help with family, and began doing more art shows.
To date, I have been the art director, photographer and illustrator for a local magazine over the last six years, and won three design awards for my cover designs and article spreads (2005, 2006 and 2007). Now I am looking to take my art career to a higher level. I hope you enjoy my work and I hope you decide to purchase a piece of your own. Thank you!