Recipe for a “Seafood Spaghetti Sunday”

Seafood Spaghetti Sunday
Seafood Spaghetti Sunday

“Seafood Spaghetti Sunday ” (digital, 2013. @ 30″ x 40″ at 300 dpi)

“It looks like something a nut-job with indigestion painted in his garage after dropping acid and channeling the ghost of  Van Gogh (drunk on absinthe), or some shit…” 

What the hey is “Seafood Spaghetti Sunday” all about? First, it looks like a painting, but it’s not. Not in the traditional sense, because no paint has been…

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Below are large Jpegs of the same images, with links to individual posts with more information about them, details, and prices. Each image below can be clicked on in order to view it sized for your monitor. And beneath each image is a link to a post with more information about it.

All my early work is for sale. For anyone who might want a one-of-a-kind work of mine, these are collectors items (also available in the store). I will gradually add more of my early work, of which there is a lot more.

Fun House Fever

Fun House Fever

See more about this painting here.


The White Balloon

“White Balloon,” oil pastel on 18×24″ paper (1987)

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Faustus

“Dr. Faustus” Charcoal on paper, 1991.

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The Bolero Shield

The Bolero Shield

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Snake Woman

Snake Woman

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The Menagerie

The Menagerie

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Visiting the Dead

Visiting the Dead

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To see additions to this gallery you can just return to this site and click on the button for “Early Wok” on the menu.

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New gallery for my early drawings, paintings, and sculpture Below are large Jpegs of the same images, with links to individual posts with more information about them, details, and prices.

Fun House Fever (from the early work archive)

Fun House Fever
Fun House Fever

“Fun House Fever”, 36×48″ (90X120 cm), acrylic on Canvas. 1989-90.

This one’s a good mix of horror, sci-fi, Francis Bacon, Expressionism and an obvious nod to Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” in particular (though that has never been one of my favorite paintings). This is one of a series of a dozen 3X4′ acrylic paintings I did when I was in my early 20s.

I did all of them with the same method, which…

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The Great Sacrifice of Conceptual Art

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The-Great-Sacrifice-of-Conceptual-Art-copy

Custom graphic by yours truly.

It’s often the people who just don’t get it that are against conceptual art.The paint daubers, making their still life paintings in dusty studios, and those who, if it came right down to it, didn’t really like art at all. That’s predictable because conceptual art is, as the name suggests, conceptually challenging. It requires a leap of understanding to “get”. Like…

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My new page at the Museum of Computer Art, and why I stated using a pen name…

New-page-at-MOCA
New-page-at-MOCA

Click image to go to the webpage.

MOCA has been around since 1993, is a nonprofit US educational corporation chartered by the NYS Department of Education, and a member of the University of the State of New York. I’ve had some work in there for about 6 years, but finally got together enough new work to feel comfortable asking them to update my page. They kept my old page, and now I have a new one…

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Lillian Abel, Andre Mulas & Eric Wayne – International Art Exhibition

My work appears in this blog entry by Artist Portfolio Magazine.

Some of my pieces in juried digital art exhibition

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Digital-Arts-California

Screenshot of page for my work. Click to go to the site.

In order to get exposure I enter some of my work in art contests. One of my pieces (The Human Fly) will be in the next print magazine issue of Direct Art, and several of my pieces were also accepted for Digital Arts: California‘s digital art competition/exhibition Wide Open Digital 2.

I was pleasantly surprised that Digital Arts: California

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The Opening of the Ripened Mind: Explanation, details, process, and rant…

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The-opening-of-the-ripened-mind-1600

The Opening of the Ripened Mind [digital painting, 30”X64” at 300 dpi], by Eric Wayne. August 08, 2014. CLICK TO SEE LARGER IMAGE.

It’s difficult to get started on this, what with the harrowing news on all sides (ending of ceasefires…), and the lack of response I get on my blog recently, other than insults. For your amusement, here are the two most recent comments on my art here:

1) “You sound…

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New Piece: The Opening of the Ripened Mind

I’ll write about this piece in a day or two, and add close up details. For now I leave you to make of it what you will.

New pet: Sun Skink?

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sun skink, Eutropis multifasciata

Bronze and rather elegant, he (or she) is a rather charming specimen.

I’ve been looking for a pet lizard, which isn’t too difficult to aquire, since I live in tropical Thailand. But what kind makes a suitable pet, and would I want to take one out of the wild? Of the various local species I contemplated keeping at some point, this kind of smaller, bronze skink (those are the more snake-like,…

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