Cubist style and Neo-Cubism Paintings for sale

I am in between styles here, always searching, always challenging myself to move forward with my work and creativity. I want to express more than just a visual expression, I want people to think about what I am trying to portray. I find that Neo Cubism is a style where I can make a statement through my work–the unrest in the world, the bureaucracy of our governments, the control of our world through global corporations. We all must make a statement, whether it is through your art, verbally, or in written form.

At the moment, as in most of my work, I create in vivid colour. The dominance of colour in this style makes a statement; colour influences us all and I find it is powerful in stimulating a reaction to my subject.

The figures used are semi abstracted, always distorted in form. The viewer becomes intrigued and inquisitive which draws him closer to the subject, allowing one to think about the painting rather than just enjoying the visual form and colour.


The history of chess spans some 1500 years. The earliest predecessors of the game originated in India. The social value attached to the game–seen as a prestigious pastime associated with nobility and high culture of the medieval era.

For me the Game of Chess is like the Game of life–the name of the game is to win, to survive, the same as Real Life. The objective is to win, but the challenge is designing and then acting out a strategy to

achieve that goal–as in life, you must constantly evaluate and change your playing strategy. Painting The Game of Chess allows me to enter into an imaginary world whereby I can invent a life situation in my mind and then put my imagination into each character, the King, the Queen, the Bishop, the Pawns, the Castle–each one portraying a different angle a different personality; I actually enter the game and become part of it, it is like I am in the game.