Colorful Improvisational Mostly non-serious Artwork
Explore the colorful pen and ink paintings, symmetrical fractals, photos of liquid lights, and fluid artwork by Brian Moss
FEATURED PEN & INK ART
I use a variety of mixed media, but paint primarily with inks. 2009 ― present. Some of my less crazy paintings:
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COLORDRIPPER ―POCKET SIZE EYE-CANDY FOR DAYDREAMERS ON THE GO
The clordrippers are so weak, there is no other like them on the market.
Each is hand-filled in Virginia with household ingredients & nuance.
Specific color suggestions are welcome on small orders, with prices starting at about $10 or less
12" RESIN & EPOXY SQUARES
Select works inspired by music & rhymes
While many titles are borrowed from lyrics, these are re-imagined from specific poems or songs.
A few dreamy landscapes
TRAVEL VICARIOUSLY THROUGH POSTCARDS
As communication becomes exponentially digital, people appreciate it when we make the effort to snail-mail an analog message.
I have just shy of 100 eco-friendly postcards available with plenty of whitespace on the back. At 4" x 6" postal regulation size, they can be mailed anywhere in the world for relatively little. Heck, you don't even have to use them for mailing.
This growing line of art stationery perfectly captures the vibrancy in my paintings. And they are printed on paper that feels as good as it looks. But don't take my word. Review hundreds of reviews on Etsy
I don't fancy myself an amateur photographer, but from time to time I capture light »
LIVE CONCERT PAINTINGS
Another unifinished series I didn't start
FRACTALS & DIGITAL WORK
When I am into it, I like to post new digital stuff each Fractal Friday. These works and rough ideas are created from scratch, or are mash-ups of my own work or pictures. Occasionally I also incorporate photographs that are public domain, or have a creative commons attached (in which case, the source would be noted). By sticking to a weekly routine I am able to explore a lot of different things.
All of my "fractals" are released under a 4.0 attribution-noncommercial creative commons. This means you can download, share, remix, adapt, or reuse them as you see fit, with my explicit permission, provided you credit me as the original source AND do not generate revenue directly from my work. School project? Perfectly okay. Looking for artwork for your album or other project? Let's chat.
You could make your own stuff. Anyone could if they are inclined. I like to break an image apart, or I don't know something smart. Just abstract
LIQUID dot LIGHTING
When not slinging paint, I sometimes but not as much as I would like to play with water and oil. View liquid light videos & images »
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