Studio Work

Painting in Oils and Acrylic

Ink on Paper

Screen Prints

Recent Paintings

santiago de nebraska
red forest
blue curtain
babel
mike giron_the cliffs of insanity
mike giron_NDAPL - The Black Snake
mike giron_to ramona
mike giron_up against the log
La Encuentra
copper house
Thermopolae
colossus (2)
Leaden Ladder
mike giron_emil and marie
mike giron_moonstruck
mike giron_la primavera

INKS

are immediate gratification.

silos
silos
florida shoreline
florida shoreline
golden fog
golden fog

2017

cutting edge
cutting edge

2017

old city philadelphia
old city philadelphia

2017

midwest
midwest

2017

biscayne
biscayne

2016

XIWOLD
XIWOLD

2018

my biggest fear
my biggest fear

2017

wally world
wally world

2018

oregon
oregon

2016

cypress grove
cypress grove

2016

nm moon
nm moon
picket
picket

2017

savanna
savanna
Untuttled
Untuttled
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PRINT-MAKING

Silkscreen has become my favorite method over the past few years. 

It is great fun to introduce in workshops.  

midnight leona
midnight leona
big blue
big blue
earth barges
earth barges
bulb cage
bulb cage
natural abstraction
natural abstraction
windy spell
windy spell
the blue machine
the blue machine
the plaza
the plaza
red and blue on red
red and blue on red
boccioni
boccioni
summer nights seattle
summer nights seattle
1812
1812
untitled
untitled
thatched union
thatched union
summerwater
summerwater
dark man
dark man

To alleviate my fears of impending

environmental doom,

I created the series,

On the Brighter Side of Post-Apocalyptic Minimalism,

which featured at the Fred Simon Gallery, of the Nebraska Arts Council, in a two-person show with Riccardo Marchio, in 2014.  It imagines the transformation of artworks which have survived an overheated planet.

On the

Brighter Side of

Post-Apocalyptic Minimalism

Cameo (You Are Very Loved)
Gate III
Helene
Red, White and Blue
Fonds
Cutting Ice
La Primavera
La Loteria
Sword
Farm
Trinity Revisited
Trinity Revisited
Wasteland
White House
Untitled
Cameo
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