Time and things I see.

Things I see and how I see them:
Time’s a funny thing. Then it comes to life we are so often racing towards the next thing. “Off to the bus, just about time for lunch, TGIF”, all these saying are deadline or per say place card or mini milestones in our days. That turn into weeks then months……. And then the years start to flow on by.
Occasionally I like to think I step out of that “go to”, “next step” life. Lately even though my life has felt more busy that ever I have found some small moments in time and life that I’d like to share. This first set of images I intend to turn into a grey scale collection of large abstract paintings.


“Grumpy Smiles”

“From behind”


*The names or titles given these photos may or may not change.

I’ve been working on three commission pieces as of late all of which are at critical places in their development yet the changes to most I’m sure would seem nominal. So sorry about the lack of posts as of late. I mean really I’m not even that excited to write about the 65th layer of glaze or varnish. Anyhow I digress. I’ve been really trying to find some balance in my life lately. I can’t say I’ve been very successful but the adventure has been once in life time. I hope where ever you are when you read this that your well and thriving in the life you have.
***time has elapsed since I started this post so for now I’ll bid you adieu and hope you know you’re loved in this life. It’s time to paint.



“A life in progress”
Ps. More paint coming soon.

3 thoughts on “Time and things I see.

  1. I love all your paintings Benjamin, but the first one just seems so different (probably just the colors). I love the varying grays with touches of almost a burnt sienna or whatever color you used there as well. It reminds me so much for some of the photos of the earth’s striations of color seen in rocks, cliffs, and landscapes in general. Very lovely pieces all. ❤ them 😀


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