Showing a bit more progress on my painting. I was planning on having it completed today or Monday but last evening I had a bad car accident on my way to see my son Sam. I was rear ended and sideswiped on the highway when all the traffic came to a screeching halt. So scary but I am thankful for my car. It was like a tank and protected me as well as other forces were for sure. Anyway, perhaps Monday or Tuesday I will be back with this new piece.
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
I'm back! My son's wedding was amazing. The setting was lovely in Stowe Vermont. Great to be with friends and family.
I wasn't sure if I could get on track this soon but today was the day . This painting is 18x24 I decided to work on a few larger scale paintings and zero in on some details. More statement type pieces with lots of influences.
Sunday, September 11, 2016
Completed 9-10 I wont be posting any new work for a bit. My oldest son Zachary is getting married Saturday in Vermont! When I get back to the studio I have many great new ideas I can't wait to share! I am hoping to create a series of larger pieces with interesting furnishings and critters together. Stay tuned.
Serious Moonlight is 14x16 painted on a cradled wood panel with painted sides.
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
I started a new piece this week with a familiar theme. It will have a lot of twists and turns of course! It's 14x18. I was in Martha's Vineyard last week and found an awesome art supply store there. They had a great selection of things, especially wood panels than had very thin cradles, which I love to paint on. I am hoping to have it completed by Friday/ Saturday.
Sunday, September 4, 2016
Friday, August 26, 2016
Monday, August 15, 2016
Completed on August 15th. Henri Rousseau is a favorite painter of mine and this painting was pretty much inspired by his work along with some other magic realism, and surrealism painters as well. I really love working with this red against the many greens and flora. Jerome and the Lion is actually a biblical story in which Jerome removes a large splinter from the lions paw. Love that idea too. 16x20 on a cradled wood panel with painted sides. Thanks for stopping by. For sale on my website