Classically Modern Art and Design by Will Eskridge

Painting

Surf City, Topsail Island, NC Beach House paintings

so finally i’ve gotten around to starting this new series of beach house paintings. This is a new series featuring old stilt houses that remind me of beach vacations when I was a kid. Yes there were condos, but we never stayed in them. We always got a nice small house. this is the first one in the series.

“Topsail Island House I”
18 3/4″ x24″

mixed media: acrylic, spray paint, vintage graph paper, graphite

Topsail Island House Eskridge


My Old Car As Art (#2)


ZOMB

ZOMB

”Zomb”
serigraphy, spray paint, acrylic, pages from book
12×16”
$300


Bet It All

My old car as art. Version 1:

“Bet It All”
serigraphy, spray paint, acrylic, pages from book
12×16”
$300

Bet It All

Bet It All


¡Te Pillé, Cobre!

“¡Te Pillé, Cobre!”
Serigraph, acrylic, copper leaf on wood panel
30×24″

“¡Te Pillé!” is Spanish for “gotcha!” or “surprise!” This sneaky lil’ devil had a six shooter tucked in his back pocket. Cheater or Clever? You decide.¡Te Pillé, Cobre!


Surprise!

“Te Pillé” is Spanish for “gotcha!” or “surprise!” This sneaky lil’ devil had a six shooter tucked in his back pocket. Cheater or Clever? You decide.

Te Pillé, Oro
Serigraph, acrylic, gold leaf on wood panel
30×24″


Pollen Nation

a few new pieces representing the changing of the seasons from winter to spring.  I have spent the first part of this year redirecting, reorganizing and reworking my living/art studio arrangements. I’ve been remodeling our kitchen and rethinking my art work and ideas as a whole. I haven’t spent a great amount of time in the studio, but I’ve been constantly churning ideas and concepts and plans artistically for this year. revamp. rebirth. renew. it’s a beautiful thing.


Sneak Peak

A partial of the digital sketch. Actual piece coming soon…