LooseCanine is a pseudonym that encourages experimentation and creative flow. A mindset as much as an identity, LooseCanine is self-determining and free to create from a place of fun, without pretense or rules.
LooseCanine likes to use free flowing acrylic paint on masonite panels. A painting typically starts on a flat surface, is cut into sections, and then constructed into a 3 dimensional relief. Further painting happens after the building phase until the work reaches its illogical conclusion.
A little dog, which appears in the visual narrative as either an observer or participant, is the signature.