1. Portrait of Pia and Pru, characters in my SASS series painting titled “The Irreverent Rapture.”  http://sitsur.net/img/rapture.jpg

    Portrait of Pia and Pru, characters in my SASS series painting titled “The Irreverent Rapture.” http://sitsur.net/img/rapture.jpg

  2. A portrait of Bishop Fingah who is in the SASS painting titled, “The Irreverent Rapture.”  http://sitsur.net/img/rapture.jpg

    A portrait of Bishop Fingah who is in the SASS painting titled, “The Irreverent Rapture.” http://sitsur.net/img/rapture.jpg

  3. The portrait of Chico who is in, but hard to find in the SASS painting titled, “Spirituality..?”  http://sitsur.net/img/SpiritualityQuestionMark.jpg

    The portrait of Chico who is in, but hard to find in the SASS painting titled, “Spirituality..?” http://sitsur.net/img/SpiritualityQuestionMark.jpg

  4. Portrait of Joe Pachew, the scumbag contractor featured in the SASS painting titled “What the Frack? The Violation of Mother Earth.”  http://sitsur.net/img/WhatTheFrack.jpg

    Portrait of Joe Pachew, the scumbag contractor featured in the SASS painting titled “What the Frack? The Violation of Mother Earth.” http://sitsur.net/img/WhatTheFrack.jpg

  5. "Smacked" a painting of Laura Stover after being smacked in the nose with a soccer ball during a game.  oil on panel - 22" x 17"

    "Smacked" a painting of Laura Stover after being smacked in the nose with a soccer ball during a game. oil on panel - 22" x 17"

  6. After about 3 months painting, “What the Frack? - The Violation of Mother Earth,” is pretty much done. I still have a bit of touch up work, but it is essentially finished. There are different versions of the parable, “Killing the Goose That Laid Golden Eggs,” and this is another version - short term gain for long term damage. The goose is also in the painting, down in the lower left corner, poisoned by the water on the pond. 43” x 72”, oil on panel.

    After about 3 months painting, “What the Frack? - The Violation of Mother Earth,” is pretty much done. I still have a bit of touch up work, but it is essentially finished. There are different versions of the parable, “Killing the Goose That Laid Golden Eggs,” and this is another version - short term gain for long term damage. The goose is also in the painting, down in the lower left corner, poisoned by the water on the pond. 43” x 72”, oil on panel.

  7. "Stan Ruther" oil on panel - 22" x 17"

  8. Pretty much the final composition for my oil painting on “Fracking.”  Next I work out some color schemes and then mount a 42” x 73” light grayscale print onto a panel, cover the print with clear acrylic medium and then start the oil painting.  The painting takes up to 3 months. 

I have 6 previous paintings finished which can be seen at http://sitsur.net .

    Pretty much the final composition for my oil painting on “Fracking.” Next I work out some color schemes and then mount a 42” x 73” light grayscale print onto a panel, cover the print with clear acrylic medium and then start the oil painting. The painting takes up to 3 months.

    I have 6 previous paintings finished which can be seen at http://sitsur.net .

  9. composition is almost worked out…

    composition is almost worked out…

  10. "Fracking" more work on the composition

    "Fracking" more work on the composition

  11. The developing composition for a 7th Politically Incorrect Situational Surrealism painting - 43” x 74”. Still working on it. It’ll be awhile before the painting starts.  Title: “Fracking”

    The developing composition for a 7th Politically Incorrect Situational Surrealism painting - 43” x 74”. Still working on it. It’ll be awhile before the painting starts. Title: “Fracking”

  12. Initial drawing for a portrait of Stan Ruther

    Initial drawing for a portrait of Stan Ruther

  13. Dee Strack portrait - oil on panel, 17” x 22”

    Dee Strack portrait - oil on panel, 17” x 22”

  14. Initial drawing for a portrait of Dee Strack

    Initial drawing for a portrait of Dee Strack

  15. Made some minor changes and took a better photo…

Portrait of Amy Kimberly,  Oil on panel — 21.5” x 16.5”

    Made some minor changes and took a better photo…

    Portrait of Amy Kimberly, Oil on panel — 21.5” x 16.5”