White Tara

2019, 17 in. x 11 in.
Watercolor and ink on paper
$100, unframed

A “thangka” painting using traditional Tibetan Buddhist iconography, but with more modern materials. Thangkas serve a both instructional material and aids to meditation and visualization.

White Tara is the embodiment of universal compassion and wisdom. Meditating on her image helps us unlock those same qualities within ourselves and manifest them in the world around us.

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Boi Wonder

Painting of young man leaning against a wall, in a costume not unlike that of Robin, the Boy Wonder, of Batman fame.

2020, 17 in. x 11 in.
Gouache on paper

$50, unframed

A saucy take on certain well-known sidekick. Who’s he waiting for? And what does he have in mind?

To me, the superhero genre has always lent itself to homoerotic takes—usually without much effort. The dynamic duo perhaps more so than most.

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Handful #3

2019, 15 in. x 11 in.
Watercolor on paper

Part of a series of highly erotic images exploring the subtle and not so subtle gestures we make during such moments.

It’s as much about what the hands are doing as it is about what they’re holding. Not to mention why and how.

Note: this image has been edited for public display here. The original is considerably more explicit. I think I can rely on you, dear viewer, to fill in the gaps.

Handful #4

watercolor painting of two muscular men kissing against a dark green background

2019, 15 in. x 11 in.
Watercolor on paper

Part of a series of highly erotic images exploring the subtle and not so subtle gestures we make during such moments.

It’s as much about what the hands are doing as it is about what they’re holding. Not to mention why and how.

Beloved and God #4

2020, 7 in. x 10 in.
Gouache on paper

The first in a series of paintings inspired by the history and legend of Antinous during the early Roman empire. Surviving statuary is breathtakingly consistent in depictions of his beauty.

Here I explore beauty as a call to both worship and obedience—however hard we might try to resist this tendency. A tiny bit of modern leather imagery mixed with the classical bridges the past and present.

The title of this series in an homage to the spectacular work of scholarship by Royston Lambert.

Beloved and God #3

Image of painting, Beloved and God #3

2020, 10 in. x 7 in.
Gouache on paper

The third in a series of paintings inspired by the history and legend of Antinous during the early Roman empire. Surviving statuary is breathtakingly consistent in depictions of his beauty.

Here I explore beauty as a call to both worship and obedience—however hard we might try to resist this tendency. A tiny bit of modern leather imagery mixed with the classical bridges the past and present.

The title of this series in an homage to the spectacular work of scholarship by Royston Lambert.

Beloved and God #2

2020, 10 in. x 7 in.
Gouache on paper
$100, unframed

The second in a series of paintings inspired by the history and legend of Antinous during the early Roman empire. Surviving statuary is breathtakingly consistent in depictions of his beauty.

Here I explore beauty as a call to both worship and obedience—however hard we might try to resist this tendency. A tiny bit of modern leather imagery mixed with the classical bridges the past and present.

The title of this series in an homage to the spectacular work of scholarship by Royston Lambert.

If you’re interested in purchasing this work, or just have questions, hit the button below to send me an email. I also have DMs open on Instagram and Twitter, if that’s your jam.

Beloved and God #1

2020, 17 in. x 16 in.
Gouache on paper
$200, unframed

The first in a series of paintings inspired by the history and legend of Antinous during the early Roman empire. Surviving statuary is breathtakingly consistent in depictions of his beauty.

Here I explore beauty as a call to both worship and obedience—however hard we might try to resist this tendency. A tiny bit of modern leather imagery mixed with the classical bridges the past and present.

The title of this series in an homage to the spectacular work of scholarship by Royston Lambert.

If you’re interested in purchasing this work, or just have questions, hit the button below to send me an email. I also have DMs open on Instagram and Twitter, if that’s your jam.