They appeared out of nowhere.

A repetition of red figures having a nautical bent; no fear of sea nor storm. They are seekers, always en route somewhere. Ohms have been spied in wharfs and on the quays of little-used harbors. They move silently, often in shadow or under cover of dim and dreary skies.

Since the first recorded sighting, they've been spotted also in the far north, huddling beneath the aurora borealis. Its animated luminescence may hold secrets only they can read.

Original paintings and archival prints of artwork featuring the Ohms will be available by mid January. To receive occasional updates on new work, stories, and glimpses of my art-making process, sign up for the mailing list.

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March of the Ohms

Acrylic, ink, and pen on 11" x 14" paper (2020)