Which tools did you use for the creation of this piece?
This work was done primarily in acrylics applied with brush and a hit of aerosol.

What was the creative process behind it?
I wanted to try and stay super loose and just let the paint feel it’s way around the canvas. It was more of an experimental work in progress that never made it to the public. That happens a lot in my practice.

What feelings come to you when you look at it?
It has a lot of energy. I paint pretty quick and usually bounce around to music. I like that feeling of movement that almost carts you away from everything that’s going on outside of the studio.

What do you like most about this piece and why?
That fact that it was one of the ones that never made it. That kinda makes it more personal.

“The moral of this is to stay loose and enjoy the process.”

What were your references, influences or inspirations during your creative process?
I’ve been really into Turner and John Martin lately, so maybe there’s something subliminally coming through in that.

What did you enjoy the most about the process?
Everything. That’s why I paint. However this one came easier than most. Some paintings don’t play as well [laughs].

What was the hardest thing for you and how did you solve it?
Nothing really, because I had no beginning and no end. I just let it do it’s thing and that’s when things are most enjoyable.

Where would you like to see it exhibited?
At any one of the galleries I’m represented by or the Guggenheim. I’m easy ha.