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I was inspired by the form of the human figure. I hope people will feel a sense of who they are when looking at this. 

I sketched this in pencil first to enable me to refine the curves and forms before adding any paint. This is a break from my normal way of working. I'm excited to sketch again! It's been a decade and a half since that made sense to me.

I recently expanded my understanding of my self as a Mystic Christian/Bhuddist and I feel this piece reflects a much higher level of patience than what I've been used to. I'm looking forward to seeing where this path goes next...

This piece is on paper which is stretched and stapled onto a panel I built. I also built the cedar frame from a tree milled less than a mile from my house. The tree has been standing on a cliff in the area for over 100 years. It had become a hazard and I'm happy to continue it's life by making it part of this painting.

This painting is currently on display in a gallery in Port Townsend Washington. It is for sale, but I don’t want it for sale in two places. Please contact mike@mikebiskup.com if you’re interested in purchasing.
I was inspired by the form of the human figure. I hope people will feel a sense of who they are when looking at this. 

I sketched this in pencil first to enable me to refine the curves and forms before adding any paint. This is a break from my normal way of working. I'm excited to sketch again! It's been a decade and a half since that made sense to me.

I recently expanded my understanding of my self as a Mystic Christian/Bhuddist and I feel this piece reflects a much higher level of patience than what I've been used to. I'm looking forward to seeing where this path goes next...

This piece is on paper which is stretched and stapled onto a panel I built. I also built the cedar frame from a tree milled less than a mile from my house. The tree has been standing on a cliff in the area for over 100 years. It had become a hazard and I'm happy to continue it's life by making it part of this painting.

This painting is currently on display in a gallery in Port Townsend Washington. It is for sale, but I don’t want it for sale in two places. Please contact mike@mikebiskup.com if you’re interested in purchasing.
I was inspired by the form of the human figure. I hope people will feel a sense of who they are when looking at this. 

I sketched this in pencil first to enable me to refine the curves and forms before adding any paint. This is a break from my normal way of working. I'm excited to sketch again! It's been a decade and a half since that made sense to me.

I recently expanded my understanding of my self as a Mystic Christian/Bhuddist and I feel this piece reflects a much higher level of patience than what I've been used to. I'm looking forward to seeing where this path goes next...

This piece is on paper which is stretched and stapled onto a panel I built. I also built the cedar frame from a tree milled less than a mile from my house. The tree has been standing on a cliff in the area for over 100 years. It had become a hazard and I'm happy to continue it's life by making it part of this painting.

This painting is currently on display in a gallery in Port Townsend Washington. It is for sale, but I don’t want it for sale in two places. Please contact mike@mikebiskup.com if you’re interested in purchasing.
I was inspired by the form of the human figure. I hope people will feel a sense of who they are when looking at this. 

I sketched this in pencil first to enable me to refine the curves and forms before adding any paint. This is a break from my normal way of working. I'm excited to sketch again! It's been a decade and a half since that made sense to me.

I recently expanded my understanding of my self as a Mystic Christian/Bhuddist and I feel this piece reflects a much higher level of patience than what I've been used to. I'm looking forward to seeing where this path goes next...

This piece is on paper which is stretched and stapled onto a panel I built. I also built the cedar frame from a tree milled less than a mile from my house. The tree has been standing on a cliff in the area for over 100 years. It had become a hazard and I'm happy to continue it's life by making it part of this painting.

This painting is currently on display in a gallery in Port Townsend Washington. It is for sale, but I don’t want it for sale in two places. Please contact mike@mikebiskup.com if you’re interested in purchasing.
I was inspired by the form of the human figure. I hope people will feel a sense of who they are when looking at this. 

I sketched this in pencil first to enable me to refine the curves and forms before adding any paint. This is a break from my normal way of working. I'm excited to sketch again! It's been a decade and a half since that made sense to me.

I recently expanded my understanding of my self as a Mystic Christian/Bhuddist and I feel this piece reflects a much higher level of patience than what I've been used to. I'm looking forward to seeing where this path goes next...

This piece is on paper which is stretched and stapled onto a panel I built. I also built the cedar frame from a tree milled less than a mile from my house. The tree has been standing on a cliff in the area for over 100 years. It had become a hazard and I'm happy to continue it's life by making it part of this painting.

This painting is currently on display in a gallery in Port Townsend Washington. It is for sale, but I don’t want it for sale in two places. Please contact mike@mikebiskup.com if you’re interested in purchasing.
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Mama Senegal Painting

Mike Biskup

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I was inspired by the form of the human figure. I hope people will feel a sense of who they are when looking at this. I sketched this in pencil first to enable me to refine the curves and forms before adding any paint. This is a break from my normal way of working. I'm excited to sketch again! It's been a decade and a half since that made sense to me. I recently expanded my understanding of my self as a Mystic Christian/Bhuddist and I feel this piece reflects a much higher level of patience than what I've been used to. I'm looking forward to seeing where this path goes next... This piece is on paper which is stretched and stapled onto a panel I built. I also built the cedar frame from a tree milled less than a mile from my house. The tree has been standing on a cliff in the area for over 100 years. It had become a hazard and I'm happy to continue it's life by making it part of this painting. This painting is currently on display in a gallery in Port Townsend Washington. It is for sale, but I don’t want it for sale in two places. Please contact mike@mikebiskup.com if you’re interested in purchasing.

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MIKE BISKUP is a contemporary watercolor painter of imaginary landscapes and abstracts living and working in Port Townsend, WA. Born in 1970 in Los Angeles, Mike comes from a family historically rich in artists, poets, and dreamers. As early as he can remember, he was voraciously drawing ultra fast cars, funky dudes, and piles of interesting things with his two older brothers. In 1993, he completed a Bachelor of Fine Art at UC Santa Cruz. There he encountered a richly blended stream of artistic freedom, Zen Buddhism and Native American spiritual consciousness which has shaped his life and work ever since. Mike is currently embracing his role as a bringer of visions in the Artist/Shaman tradition elucidated profoundly by Joseph Campbell and also investigating the meaning and trajectory of a recent mystical experience with the profound light of the Cosmic Christ. His paintings can be found in collections worldwide, notably that of Oscar-winning actress Patricia Arquette and Facebook Inc. Galleries: The Port Townsend Gallery and Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend, Bainbridge Arts and Crafts on Bainbridge Island, Face Guts Los Angeles, SaatchiArt.com​, and blog/shop/contact at www.mikebiskup.com

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