Martin describes his work: “it’s very Zen like,

I like painting on the edge of control rather than

trying to make a copy of life. Painting on the back

of glass is like experiencing a memory, a dream,

a vision for the first time.





The Sun the Moon and the Truth

Framed with Quilted Maple stainless steel and black lacquer

32”x 45”

“I painted this to honor the visit of the Buddha relics, which

was actually shown in the gallery where my art was hanging

at the time on Orcas Island.

(see the page “visit of the Buddhas”)






Rotisserie designed and built by Martin Gerard for painting enamel on the reverse side of glass