Special shout out to the Turkey Boys.
I have some 12” in the studio so I took myself way off course and played around with some water imagery. It’s good to break things up from time to time.
Capturing proper digital photos of some of my recent works. This one fairly glows in the studio.
Throwback to some 21”x8” wave paintings I sold through the RiverSea Gallery in Astoria Oregon this summer.
Last weeks TBT has inspired me to pursue some small water panels.
16”x16” and 18”x18”
A lineup of wave paintings from last week. This week I will refocus on commissions and bigger projects.
Rolling Water, 21.5”x8” acrylic
A long weekend of varnishing and framing for my upcoming show. Table Saw issues were a major setback. Sadly very little painting was done.
I am painting some small moody seascapes in preparation for some much larger pieces. This is the first one I came up with.
This is the last of my smaller wave paintings. I am moving on to the large commission at long last! It is not going to be a recreation of any of the recent wave paintings. It will however pull ideas from each of them. Most of all I was trying to get my brain in the mindset of the ocean and surf.
This painting is on an 18″x14″ board. Not entirely a standard size for frames but I have found a few floater frame options. Lately I have been working on larger panels, it is hard to go back to small boards! This size might become my new “small painting”.