Esoteric-psychedelic artist from Chicago living abroad
5 of my most powerful paintings
The Chicago skyline at sunset - acrylic on canvas - 48x60 inches
This painting has been sold.
acrylic on canvas - 36x36 inches
A painting inspired by underground 60s folk musicians Mel Lyman and Charles Manson. Lake Shore Drive is a road with the psychedelic initials.
acrylic on canvas - 40x20 inches
This piece is about the gnostic myth of Sophia creating the demiurge (who created the material world). Early psychologists reinvented the wheel when they came up with a new platform based upon ancient spiritual teachings, repackaging religion as science. This piece is about the act of compartmentalization, projecting undesirable traits onto the judgement of others.
acrylic on canvas - 30x40 inches
Ever since my third eye began to open, I've had spiritual visions which could be thought of as astral projection or out of body experiences, which I of course painted when possible. Only recently did I come across a quietly declassified document that the CIA had under wraps since at least 1980 which shined the light on what I had experienced. The Monroe Institute worked in conjunction with the government on what they called the Gateway Project, using hemi-sync technology to enhance what are thought of as psychic abilities and higher consciousness in order to locate a portal that leads to a state of being beyond the universe as we know it. To make a long story short, this is a painting of that Gateway.
acrylic on canvas - 48x30 inches
One of the very first things I learned in my pursuit of esoteric knowledge was how to use the LaVey Personality Synthesizer. As elementary as it is, it's still a basis for how I understand the human psyche. In fact, it's that simplicity that makes it far more useful to me than popular systems like astrology. This painting represents the 3 layers of the personality as one being: one with the apparent self being the organism, one with the universe, one with god.