Mike Biskup paints soothing Where's Waldo and magic eye pictures. Not really. (But kind-of.) Painted with watercolor (translucent, pastel) and India ink (permanent, black), his multilayered works are ordered, architectural romps through the daisies. Or, the product of meditations on a happy yellow word repeated into nonsense: "guava, guava, guava."
On his website, he mentions hanging paintings on the wall to be added to over days, weeks, years. He also mentions that his art is inspired by the Buddhist idea of Interbeing. Which has something to do with a cloud. And rain. And the meaning of life.
I like it, Biskup. You keep doing you.
To see more (and purchase) these pieces, visit mikebiskup.com.