|“Fun in the Sun” oil stick on board 13” x 47.5”|
Starting a little more than a decade later, I made a few other paintings based on it. Sometime around 2004 I did a large series of digital art works done by scanning photos of my earlier paintings and then manipulating them with Paint Shop Pro. "Digital Triplets" was one of those. It was based on the figure third from the left in "Fun in the Sun." I changed him into a woman and copied and pasted the figure twice, and digitally drew into it. I thought of the center figure as breaking into molecules like people from "Star Trek" being transported.
|“Digital Triplets” scanned and manipulated photo|
|“Doublemint Gerbils” Oil stick on paper, 10” x 13”|
With “Parents of Narnia,” done in 2006, I began to abstract the figures more.
|“Parents of Narnia” oil on canvas, 21” x 25”|
|“Champagne Summer” oil on canvas, 48” x 60”|