I have worked for over fifteen years as a professional artist and oil painter. As a painter I have worked in the studios of Mark Kostabi, a leading figure in the East Village art movement of the 80’s, as well as Douglas Davis, an innovative and controversial multimedia artist.
In 2001 I decided to leave New York City and move to Buffalo, NY in order to concentrate on the development of my own body of work.
When I was little, I remember lying in my bed at night and looking around the room in the dark. Everything looked pixelated. Staring at these tiny spots vibrating and moving I used to wonder if I was seeing the atoms that made up everything. Leonardo da Vinci – The Last Supper
Oil on canvas 36″x58″
Paper Moon Gallery
Oil on sandpaper 36″ x 58″ Greg Kuppinger Final piece:
“Remains found in Tuscany are likely to be the artist’s, proving that lead poisoning was one cause of his death 400 years ago” http://gu.com/p/2hmfz/stw