These are low resolutions of paintings by Chris Conrad. In some cases, there is glare on the images that makes them appear lighter than they really are or to have white specs. These are a result of the lighting and are not on the original photos. Please enjoy. — Chris Conrad
A psychedelic allegory of the wreckage of the ship of state of American democracy. The rising sun shows that hope is in the heart of the individual voters.
This painting is in the Amsterdam Hash-Marihuana and Hemp museum. It uses hemp seed oil paints to depict an old Dutch Master, in honor of their use of cannabis in their canvas, paints and perhaps inspiration.
This sketch of cannabis botanical characteristics was drawn for the book Hemp for Health.
A young woman stands in an archway and reaches for grapes, symbolizing the fleeting pleasures of youth.
The central panel of the allegorical Amerika triptych, shows the struggle of power, wealth and history of the USA, linked to the Garden of Eden, while a dazed observer tries to make sense of the situation.
An old woman's dream self returns to memories of sensuality and youth.
A mountain on a hilltop is bathed in the fantastic illumination of a sunrise / sunset, symbolizing the ideal of democratic sovereignty.
On a distant planet where gravity is weak, bubbles rise toward the stars amid tall spires of rock.
A wizard steps outside his tiny tower to ponder the magic of a simple firefly.
Two wizards, one unseen in the distance, use their powers to struggle over the future of a city that goes about its nightly business, unaware.
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