Aerosol on custom stretched canvas. Private commission 197cm x 197cm, Brisbane.
The Rainbow of Lower Crackpot
Acrylic on canvas 30 X 60 cm.
XIX LXIX by Sauce illuminates the possibilities of the space-time continuum, which as humans, we experience without consciousness. Earth is paradoxical by being both monumental and insignificant. Humanity is constantly seeking physical answers to metaphysical questions which creates barriers and restraints on our own freedom.
This seascape of Cabarita on the Tweed Coast is significant for artist Sauce. It represents resilience, as he survived a thrashing from the waves in large swells surfing as a youth. It also embodied another celebratory life moment when Sauce and his wife chose to solidify their marriage vows on the sand. This seascape of Cabarita on the Tweed Coast is significant for artist Sauce. It represents resilience, as he survived a thrashing from the waves in large swells surfing as a youth. It also embodied another celebratory life moment when Sauce and his wife chose to solidify their marriage vows on the sand. Cabarita acrylic on canvas. 76cm x 30.5cm.
Commissioned for private collector Toowoomba. Acrylic on stretched canvas 122 X 60.5cm, Sauce 2010,
Acrylic on canvas 2010.
Friend or Foe?
Within the factory walls a new species has emerged. Humans quest for technological advance has seen the creation a life form not known to this world. The machines have been programmed to make a monster, a being of infinite growth. Thriving on the ability to learn from mistakes the technology expands outwards beyond the realms of the factory floor and the confines of the industrial setting. Will the new life form offer solutions to this world or consume everything in its path?
105cm X 72cm framed
Acrylic on canvas 76cm X 30.5cm 2011.
Graffiti is ubiquitous, appearing as seemingly meaningless scrawl displaying nothing except self interest to the untrained eye. This reflects in destruction of the natural landscape as concrete monstrosities annihilate everything in sight in the interests of man's progress. Governments maintain their anti-graffiti stance by wasting millions of dollars on graffiti removal and the media propaganda machine continues to publish a one sided bias. The civilians are not convinced. Splashes of paint encroach on the drab city architecture, reminding us there is something else, walking amongst the people leaving messages for the interested mind. Unlike advertising, graffiti is art for arts sake not capiltalism. Please note no animals were harmed in the production of this graffiti.
Acrylic on canvas 60cm X 30cm 2011.
By the Creek
Acrylic on stretched canvas 60 X 30cm by Sauce 2009.
Rock n Roland
Acrylic on canvas 2011.
Acrylic on canvas 60 x 30 cm.
Aerosol on canvas 182cm x 91 cm. Sauce 2013.
Aerosol on Canvas
Handcrafted Artwork Since 94. Copyright The Sauce Studio 2017.