I love working on paper – it’s relatively cheap, and easy to prep. Storage is also a breeze – by comparison, paintings on stretched canvas are bulky and quickly eat all the available storage space. The only drawback is that the finished piece has to be framed, which is a pain. These works on paper are 22″ x 30″ / acrylic on primed 22 x 30 cotton rag paper. Most were painted between 1985 and 1998.  More recent paintings on paper can be seen on the Paintings : 2000 – 2010. Most of the pieces I did as part of the Portrait Project were done on paper as well.