Category: paintings

Michael Carini | “Always Too Much (But Never Enough)." 

Do you ever feel like you’re too much, but not enough at the very same time?

Acrylic on panel. 60in x 30in. Canvas prints available at and original available upon request. Message me for original.

“The Up-Side of Down” was inspired by a 2009 assault and battery that hospitalized me with multiple facial fractures, severe eye trauma, and a concussion. My signature icon, which I saw flashing in my head during the concussive state, is a key repeating element in this series that represents life growing from death and discovering the positives in negatives.

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From the #MostlyForHer collection. Small and available. You can message me for one of these paintings or to request a custom commission. You can pick your favorite poem and color scheme.

“Beautiful Accidents” paintings available. I love the textures and stories behind these pieces.

Just finished this 3 piece commission. These pieces are so much fun in sets because you can rearrange them and change them out. Message me to discuss your custom commission. You can add your favorite #MostlyForHer poems to your favorite color schemes…or you can leave them just like this.

Michael Carini | Beautiful Accidents

Michael Carini | Mostly For Her

Packing up for Wonderfront Festival right now. It’s an uncommon rainy day here in San Diego but the show must go on as we set up in preparation for the festivities starting tomorrow. All of these pieces (and a handful more) are available and you can claim them for yourself by sending me a message. I will make them work for you. Custom commissions with your desired color scheme and poem are also available. Dm me.

Small original art perfect for starting or adding to your collection. These are great in sets and I will make them work for you. Message me to claim yours or request your commission.

Custom commission? Pick your color scheme and your #MostlyForHerpoem. I have a full set of these currently looking for a home. Claim yours before it’s gone!