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
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florida shoreline
florida shoreline
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golden fog
golden fog

2017

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cutting edge
cutting edge

2017

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old city philadelphia
old city philadelphia

2017

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midwest
midwest

2017

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biscayne
biscayne

2016

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XIWOLD
XIWOLD

2018

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my biggest fear
my biggest fear

2017

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wally world
wally world

2018

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oregon
oregon

2016

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cypress grove
cypress grove

2016

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nm moon
nm moon
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picket
picket

2017

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savanna
savanna
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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
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big blue
big blue
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earth barges
earth barges
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bulb cage
bulb cage
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natural abstraction
natural abstraction
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windy spell
windy spell
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the blue machine
the blue machine
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the plaza
the plaza
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red and blue on red
red and blue on red
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boccioni
boccioni
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summer nights seattle
summer nights seattle
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1812
1812
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untitled
untitled
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thatched union
thatched union
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summerwater
summerwater
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dark man
dark man
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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)
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Gate III
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Helene
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Red, White and Blue
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Fonds
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Cutting Ice
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La Primavera
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La Loteria
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Sword
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Farm
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Trinity Revisited
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Trinity Revisited
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Wasteland
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White House
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Untitled
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Cameo
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