Today's painting is the final result of layers and layers of paint, glue, paper, paint, and ink. There are quite a few different media below the surface of this painting. It began as an experiment using glue to create texture. I drew the outline of a dragonfly with black glue onto an 11x14 inch canvas. Then I added some texture with clear glue. Then I got the idea of adding color with torn paper and collage. Then I decided I didn't like the way the dragon fly was looking, so I painted the entire surface with red paint. The outline of the dragonfly still was showing and the more I looked at him, the less I liked him. My next step was to draw some random geometric shapes with black paint. Using some additional paint in yellow, blue, and white, I painted in some of the geometric shapes. Finally, I splattered some alcohol ink on top. I think the dragonfly has been annihilated, his corpse is hiding under a web of all those layers of paint, paper, glue, and ink. Now I'm satisfied. I must have been a spider in my previous life. Reproductions of this works are available from my website. Fine art prints, canvas prints, metal prints, or greeting cards can be purchased in a variety of sizes. If you are interested in owning the original, please contact me at email@example.com.