On Sunday, I’ll drop off 8 paintings that will be shown at All City Coffee in Georgetown. There will be over 400 pieces of art in all. Come and check out local artists work! I will post the information when I receive it. Also, I will have about 50 small pieces that can be seen and purchased at my studio. Call 206-355-9322 to schedule an appointment.
Working on a new experiment. It will be interesting to see it tomorrow, after it’s dry. Then round 2, 3? We’ll see…
The latest piece of my Efflorescence series (abstract flowers) is titled “Cold Flowers.” I had a vision, it was created. Painting it required one gallon of paint, it is on a 36” x 48” canvas. It is my favorite painting of that technique to date. There are only nine colors and within a range of soft tones and metallics. The palate, to me, is reminiscent of late Fall, Winter, snow, cold, cloudy colors. I wanted a painting that was rich in texture. My vision was to create peaks of paint over an inch from the surface of the canvas.
Some of the following paintings will have even more texture and peaks that are closer together, hopefully, and possibly higher. I very much enjoy creating these works of art and mostly gazing at them once they are on display.
It will not be shown at Agrodolce Restaurant in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle. The painting can be seen by appointment in my studio.
Please contact me via email: email@example.com
The website now has essential measurements, dates, sizes, and media type. I have liked Agrodolce’s website to mine. Check it out.
This very exciting. More pictures to come. I have two in my studio, they almost complete.
Interesting new techniques are in the forefront of my mind, they will be executed soon.
Today is the day that my website is up and running. Thank you to Michael Todd Harrison. Without you I’d still be trying to figure this all out. This is my current body of work, more pictures to be added, but this is a great start! I’ll be posting pictures of my artistic journeys. I’m very excited to share my art with the world.