Arts of Barry R Irving
(C) Neo Afro
(C) Afroneo
Neo Afro Genre
Fashion
(C) Awo
Ogbon
Orisha
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NEO  AFRO /
   ABSTRACTION
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Detail From
"Afro Neo / Neo Afro" / Acrylic on Stretch Paper 5' X 15' 
From my Junior / Senior Collection / Syracuse University 2005 - 2007
Iris Perez Celis Award for Painting 2006


Hand Painted "Cut" Sweat Shirt
From My "STRAIGHT FROM NYC STREET ART COLLECTION" 1990 - 2008




Splatter Dash / Street Art Series
Cut from a T- Shirt

Untitled Abstraction 2009
One of my few pure Abstractions




Onile - The Earth
2 Panel / Acrylic on Black Crescent Board 2007
Straddling African Textile Design, Modern Abstraction and Analytical Pointillism





Hand Painted "Cut" Sweat Shirt
From My "STRAIGHT FROM NYC STREET ART Collection" 1990 - 2008


Onile The Earth - Acrylic on Canvas Board



The Dance 2010 - Acrylic on Canvas Board
Digital Composition of Single Painting



ONILE 2008
 Study using Abstraction w paintbrush
> Free Style Line and Pointillism is done using  a fine point squeeze bottle w Acrylic Fabric Paint





Cut from a Hand Painted T Shirt / Spatter Dash Technique 
Straight From NYC Collection





NEO AFRO ABSTRACTION / SPLATTER DASH TECHNIQUE

Cut from a Hand Painted T Shirt / Spatter Dash Technique 
Straight From NYC Collection

Splatter Painting on Canvas, Jackson Pollack Influence.
Splatter or Drip Painting is done in a variety of ways.


  Although most Splatter Painting is automatically attributed to Pollack, that is because of his "Popular" Status. His style was physical, arm heavy and large scale. Splattering is the after effect. but he actually Drew with dripping Paint and he flung or threw controlled drips from the end of his brush. In my exploration, I see his after imagery which I reflect as influence, but my technique is Small Scale, Painted with a thin Stream from a 4 oz squeeze Bottle. I use a series of controlled splats ( short spurts )
 patterned drip lines with some almost touch drawing.

Cut from Hand Painted T Shirts / Spatter Dash Technique 
Straight From NYC Collection

The Park Acrylic on Canvas   2010






Osuo "D" / Osun D'Ina

A Major Fabric Painting depicting aspects of the Yoruba Divinity Oshun who is revered as the Goddess of Love. She is also patroness of Children, Marriage, Fertility, and Sensuality. Here is one of my most accomplished (C) Neo Afro Painting Style Abstraction, Pointillism, African Textile Design Paintings. The garment is a Cut Out Sexy Club Dress.
Another aspect of Oshun in the Palo Orisha Tradition is Mamma Samba / Mamma Chola
 or Chola Wenge Oshun. She represents the Good Life...

KALI DHARMA - Street Law
Digital Composition