Category Archives: Wheels

Religion by Wheels

Limited Edition Prints of “Religion” are available: Happy Easter!  That must have been the inspiration behind this work, right?  But why is it just in black & white?  Is it a commentary on how religion can clarify the “shades of grey” in our world?  Or does the black and white symbolize the people who are […]

Intersectional Artwork by Wheels —–_____ Title__It’s Not Luck 2015

In honor of St.Patrick’s day, this piece includes the artist’s reflections on a number of iconic Irish images. The title, It’s Not Luck, also connotes the artist’s belief that we make our own luck and a statistically rare extra leaf doesn’t give someone more luck.   Limited Edition Prints of “It’s Not Luck” are available: […]

Sunrise Window auction on eBay…and something from my ex-wife

The intersectional abstract art painting by Wheels titled “Sunrise Window” is now up for sale via auction on eBay.  Check it out here…  Intersectional abstract art by Wheels   In terms of significance, this painting is an excellent example of the use of negative space.  If you notice in the painting where you perceive the window […]

Artist Brush painting for Sale on eBay.com

The first painting of Wheels being auctioned in many years is now available for bidding on eBay.com. Bid high and Bid often ! Check it out at this link…  Auction update… Artist Brush by Wheels has SOLD ! This early example of intersectional art has been snapped up by a collector in Florida. More paintings […]

Intersectional Art Definitions

Many people ask what category does the “NoteWordy Art by Wheels” fall into? Is it Contemporary Art?  Abstract Art?  Or just plain ol’ colorful wall decoration? It is actually something called “Intersectional Art”. What is Intersectional Art?  Are there different versions? Imagine you drew a figure 8 or a clover leaf shape.  Now at each […]

Happy Earth Day !

Here is a little bit of art for Earth Day 2010 !

It has not been painted… but I was thinking it might be interesting as a mural on a wall… REALLY BIG. What do you think? Anyone want it on their wall?

Earth Day original art by Wheels

Intersectional art in honor of Earth Day by Wheels