Gum Arabic Painting

Myles' Cross / 2002 / gum Arabic & lithographic ink on aluminum / 30" X 40" / SOLD
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SOLD - consciousness intuiting a psychological ideal / 2001 / 30"x40"
2001_25
confessions of a priest (for Irene Garza) / 2003 / gum Arabic & acrylic on aluminum / 30" X 40" / SOLD
2003_07b
christian's back / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 36"X48" (diptych)
2006_15
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religion is man's attempt to connect with the universe / gum Arabic on aluminum / 36"X48" (diptych)
2006_12B
an unconscious gesture / 2006 / 29" X 40" / SOLD
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cruz de espalda con camiseta (cross back with shirt) / 2005 / gum Arabic on aluminum / 30" X 40" / 950.
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walkabout / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 30"x40"
02.36
adumbration of an ex-amphibian #2 (A rough or symbolic representation.) / gum Arabic and lithographic ink
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con toda palabra / gum Arabic painting on paper / 44"X60"
2012_03
man first dreamt he spoke before language was invented / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 30"x40"
2001_21
desdoblamiento / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 32"X45"
2006_11
the lumanian / gum Arabic painting on paper / 12"X12"
2012_29
el ciego / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 30"x40"
2005_25
un chingazo de peras / gum Arabic, charcoal, acrylics on paper / 44"X60"
2007_01
intent / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 36"x48"
2007_08
Two spirits / gum Arabic & acrylic on aluminum / 30" X 40" / SOLD
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ian transparente 2 / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 36"X48"
2007_11B
Ian transparente / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 36" X 48" / SOLD
2007_06
The people of Mount Meru / gum Arabic on aluminum / 30" X 40" / SOLD
2004_10
modelo con calzoncillos / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 36"X48"
2007_05
las amigas / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 45"X64" (diptych)
2006_20B
one for the road / gum Arabic painting on aluminum / 45"X64" (diptych)
2006_24B
SOLD / Lisé / gum Arabic painting / 30 X 40
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the origin of toolmaking / 30"x40"
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The process is lithographic in nature; images created on aluminum and paper usually in the negative then inked.