06 Seuss

2024, acrylic + oil on pencil shavings, 54 x 62

A series of trees painted onto pencil shavings, inspired by Dr. Seuss.

© andrew m. wenrick, 2024

05 Seuss

2024, acrylic + oil on pencil shavings, 54 x 62

A series of trees painted onto pencil shavings, inspired by Dr. Seuss.

© andrew m. wenrick, 2024

04 Seuss

2024, acrylic + oil on pencil shavings, 54 x 62

A series of trees painted onto pencil shavings, inspired by Dr. Seuss.

© andrew m. wenrick, 2024

03 Seuss

2024, acrylic + oil on pencil shavings, 54 x 62

A series of trees painted onto pencil shavings, inspired by Dr. Seuss.

© andrew m. wenrick, 2024

02 Seuss

2024, acrylic + oil on pencil shavings, 54 x 62

A series of trees painted onto pencil shavings, inspired by Dr. Seuss.

© andrew m. wenrick, 2024

AO_Omani Rial

2023, paper, acrylic + oil on canvas, 58 x 48




Money,  paper currency; a small experiment in finding patterns in randomness.

Decoding the National Lottery.  Is it possible to find patterns in number sequences from random lottery draws?  This series of works, Abstract Obsessiveness, explores this possibility by studying the lottery over a twelve month period.  Number concentrations are visually described in acrylic and oil on canvas which hover above currency and everyone’s desire to have more.

Is it possible to find a code, pattern, or sequence from something that is completely random?  Combine the two and what could be the product? Abstract obsessiveness.

© andrew m. wenrick, 2023

AO_Kazakhstani Tenge

2023, paper, acrylic + oil on canvas, 58 x 48




Money,  paper currency; a small experiment in finding patterns in randomness.

Decoding the National Lottery.  Is it possible to find patterns in number sequences from random lottery draws?  This series of works, Abstract Obsessiveness, explores this possibility by studying the lottery over a twelve month period.  Number concentrations are visually described in acrylic and oil on canvas which hover above currency and everyone’s desire to have more.

Is it possible to find a code, pattern, or sequence from something that is completely random?  Combine the two and what could be the product? Abstract obsessiveness.

© andrew m. wenrick, 2023

AO_U.S. Dollar

2023, paper, acrylic + oil on canvas, 58 x 48




Money,  paper currency; a small experiment in finding patterns in randomness.

Decoding the National Lottery.  Is it possible to find patterns in number sequences from random lottery draws?  This series of works, Abstract Obsessiveness, explores this possibility by studying the lottery over a twelve month period.  Number concentrations are visually described in acrylic and oil on canvas which hover above currency and everyone’s desire to have more.

Is it possible to find a code, pattern, or sequence from something that is completely random?  Combine the two and what could be the product? Abstract obsessiveness.

© andrew m. wenrick, 2023

AO_Chinese Yuan

2023, paper, acrylic + oil on canvas, 58 x 48




Money,  paper currency; a small experiment in finding patterns in randomness.

Decoding the National Lottery.  Is it possible to find patterns in number sequences from random lottery draws?  This series of works, Abstract Obsessiveness, explores this possibility by studying the lottery over a twelve month period.  Number concentrations are visually described in acrylic and oil on canvas which hover above currency and everyone’s desire to have more.

Is it possible to find a code, pattern, or sequence from something that is completely random?  Combine the two and what could be the product? Abstract obsessiveness.

© andrew m. wenrick, 2023

AO_Emirati Dirham

2023, paper, acrylic + oil on canvas, 58 x 48




Money,  paper currency; a small experiment in finding patterns in randomness.

Decoding the National Lottery.  Is it possible to find patterns in number sequences from random lottery draws?  This series of works, Abstract Obsessiveness, explores this possibility by studying the lottery over a twelve month period.  Number concentrations are visually described in acrylic and oil on canvas which hover above currency and everyone’s desire to have more.

Is it possible to find a code, pattern, or sequence from something that is completely random?  Combine the two and what could be the product? Abstract obsessiveness.

© andrew m. wenrick, 2023