This video shows some of the finalizing that goes into an already finished painting! I have since shipped this one to Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. It was a commission arranged through the gallery.
I will always paint, until I am gone. I have spent my entire life drawing and painting. It is what I do, not a hobby but real oxygen to lungs. Instagram provided me with my first major exposure but it is clear that it’s not an artists place anymore. If you want to see my work in the future this is the only guaranteed online place to see it.
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This one will be heading to the UK once I get it framed. It was on my Instagram story and the buyer spotted it and had to have it!
I started another Instagram account @cult_of_doodle. These images are a sample from that site.
I do a lot of quick studies, material experimentation and intuitive work that I never post. That new site is a place to show some other types of work. Have a great weekend.
I’ve created a second Instagram account to showcase work that is a bit different from my landscape paintings. I always thought it was ridiculous to support two accounts but…
Today these paintings are off to their new home in Washington State!
Sometimes (maybe always)
People ask about the brush I used in a particular Instagram Story. Folks get excited, then it seems incredibly important to me. Where is that brush have I lost it or did I accidentally throw it out? Was that brush the reason that painting worked? Can a paint anymore without said brush? Seeming doubtful now…
A strange life driven to create. My motives are pure, I continue my work. Grumpy old man… I may well be.
Not sure where I put that brush…
I few small paintings from a busy week. As much as I enjoy working on large paintings it is fun to mix it up!
A collection of four recent paintings. These are all 16″x16″ acrylic paintings on plexiglass. I have just switched over to a 24″ format and plan on painting a number of 36″ pieces as well. Ramping up for a show in January which no longer sounds very far off!