April Fools Mr. Trump 19x20 oil and hand made charcoal on linen. This charcoal was made with U.S. statutes and case law. According to an April Fool's report, Donald Trump intended to do away with the Library of Congress should he become president. This painting depicts the great hall of the Library of Congress and the statue of the female holding up the torch of electricity (science). The painting is made with oil paint and charcoal derived from U.S. statutes and case law. The law books used to make the charcoal are significant. They remind us that the the laws and precedent of our country are more fragile than we think. The hand made charcoal is most apparent in the bronze statue and is also scattered throughout the pillars, the stairwell, and the domed ceiling.
The Great Wall of Zimbabwe 36x36 oil and handmade charcoal (derived from pages and covers of U.S. Codes and Pacific Reporters) on canvas. sold. Law provides the building blocks for a free and stable society. Yet we should never consider the law so sacred that we cannot call it into question. If we endeavor to see beyond the bend, we will understand that the law is a constant journey and not a destination.
Alexandria No. 3 37x37 oil and handmade charcoal (derived from pages and covers of U.S. Codes and Pacific Reporters) on linen.This imaginary depiction of the ancient Alexandria library is made with oil paint and handmade charcoal derived from the pages and covers of US law books. This is an architectural painting as well as a commentary on the law. Although the law provides the building blocks for a free and stable society, we must also endeavor to see beyond the dome. The law is a constant journey and not a destination.