Its a Left Brain Thing, Oil Pastel, 8hx11

Fruit Salad, Oil Pastel, 5x5

Its a Sunny Day, Oil, Pastel, 8hx11

Have a Sorbet, Oil, Pastel, 5x8

Its a Sunny Day, Oil, Pastel, 8hx11

Invitation – Oil Pastel, W 16 x H 20, #MP109

Chance Meeting -Oil Pastel, W * x H 11, #MP110

Love for Sale – Oil Pastel, W 8 x H 11, MP111

Heart Tattoo – Oil Pastel, W 8 x H 11, #MP108

Luck of the Draw, Oil Pastel, W 12 x H 19, #MP-108

Another Cheap Answer – Oil Pastel, H 12 x W 19, #MP110

Landscape – Oil Pastel, W 10" x H 5", #MP106

A Poorman’s Border – Oil Pastel, W 12 x H 19, #MP112

Provenance – Oil Pastel, W 12 x H 19, #MP-113

Five Pillars– Oil/Pastel, W 36" x H 24", #MP62

Back Home – Oil Pastel, W 11" x H8.5", #MP107

This Or That – Oil Pastel, W 12 x H 19, #MP111 SOLD

Traffic – Oil Pastel, W 12" x H 9", #MP-105

Luck of the Draw – Oil Pastel, W 12 x H 19, #MP108 SOLD

Mix 'N Match – Oil Pastel, W 20" x H 12", #MP93

Double Taking- Oil Pastel, W 24" x H 19", # MP103

Grid #104- Oil Pastel, W 8" x H 8", #MP102

Stone Wall- Oil Pastel, W 15" x H 21", #MP101

Flight Aflutter – Oil Pastel, W 11" x H 8.5", #MP90

Grid #53- Colored Pencil on Paper, W 6" x H 6", #MP100

The Very First Game – Oil/Pastel, W 18" x H 12", #MP92 SOLD

Joining Forces – Oil/Pastel, W 29" x H 19", #MP97

Honey on the Runway – Oil/Pastel, W 21" x H 31", #MP57, SOLD

Love Interior – Oil Pastel, W 6" x H 6", #MP88

The Right Time– Oil/Pastel, W 36" x H 36", #MP98

Grow Tank – Oil/Pastel, W 30" x H 22", #MP96

Intersection II– Oil/Pastel, W 30" x H 22", #MP78

The Bottom Part – Mixed Media, W 30" x H 22", #MP91, SOLD

Thumbs Up– Oil/Pastel, W 28" x H 28", #MP63, SOLD

The Feast – Oil/Pastel, W 11" x H 5.5", #MP-55, SOLD

Michael Poorman

Michael Poorman has been drawing and painting since a small child including collaborative cartoons while in high school. As a senior in high school he won the Higgins International Scholastic Award and was accepted into the Fort Wayne Art School. He then studied at the John Herron Art School in Indianapolis before moving to San Francisco, continuing studies and exhibiting at local galleries. '‘Not easily discernible, Poorman’s message of universalism, unity and a kind of mystic clarity reveals itself only after the viewer steeps himself in the rich hues and subtle shades of his expressionist ink and oil pastel pieces.’' Interview – David Tanner in WhatzUp January 3, 2002