Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Cluster Festival

Hey everyone, I have been invited to particiapate in the Cluster Festival this year here in Winnipeg! Cluster Fest. is a 'New Music and intergrated Arts' festival, featuring musicians and other visual artists. I am very fortunate enough to have been invited to partake in the event, held at the warehouse-studio I currently rent. I have been featured on their blog, take a look: http://www.clusterfestival.com/2011/03/featured-artist-miles-pasick/

For more information about Cluster Fest., visit their website: http://www.clusterfestival.com/

Monday, October 25, 2010

Behind Glass

This piece illustrates a life living with depression. Depression itself is like living behind the scenes; unable to part-take in all that life has to offer - living behind a wall of foggy glass, peering into a world of color and life.

"Behind Glass"
Graphite on paper and digital color, 12" x 16",

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Red Balloon

The Naughty Nurse and red condom... modeled after a vintage ketchup ad, I cross-over new and old styles & concepts. Playing with sexuality and playful comedy, it reminds me a lot of old-bugs bunny and Roger Rabbit cartoons - even that of Benny Hill.

"Red Balloon"
Acrylic on paper, 9.5" x 9.5",

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The Voyage Ahead

This piece depicts the lone astronaut contemplating the voyage ahead of him. The mystery, unknown and complications of discovering new worlds and life in the vast indefinite world of space would have anyone worried of what lies before them. Like the dark shadow that would fall upon an apprehensive traveler, he himself casts that shadow. Similarly as a black hole would swallow up anything in it’s path – he may fall into despair of his own fears and uncertainties.
"The Voyage Ahead"
Mixed Media and Digital, 14" x 14"

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

The Butterfly Effect

Here, I have Illustrated a girl (my sister, Miranda), who is so enthralled by nature, that she herself becomes that which she is captivated by and charming to her. She, who is gray and monotone in complexion, sheds and disperses her flesh into many butterflies - becoming one with nature. This is one of my first florescent-colored paintings in quite some time. It was great to free myself from the muted colors I usually use, as well as getting away from the simplicity of my prior gray scale color pallet. i hope to continue using such brilliant colors!

"The Butterfly Effect"
Acrylic on paper, 12 x 16"