This painting is from a series of paintings inspired by the people of India. Two men are sharing sitting space with a monumental architectural setting.
A solitary man squats within a colorful urban space.
Two men together, finding shade on a hot day in rural India.
An Indian boy washes his hands at a well beside a waterway.
A group of boys, one with a bright blue kite, gather on a playground.
A girl in a big pink dress stands with a staff. She was the daughter of rope-making parents; they lived in a hut in the backwaters of Kerela.
This is painted from memory: a picture of one of the sadhus, India’s wandering holy men. Sadhus renounce all worldly possessions and earthly relationships in their search for enlightenment.
This is a portrait of William, wearing a dog tag chain, against a violet background.
This is a painting of my father at his home in Virginia, with his dog.
This is a portrait of French philosopher Jacques Derrida, executed in encaustic (pigmented wax).