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Small paintings

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

New work from spring and early summer. All of these are small paintings, acrylic or oil on masonite or canvas panels. Available in my eshop here. Orange Square. Oil on masonite 8″x8″, 2012. Red Landscape. Acylic on canvas panel 10″x8″, 2012. Breathe. Acrylic on masonite 9″x12″, 2012. Fields of Memory. Acrylic on masonite 9″x12″, 2012. […]

The Kress Project, Georgia Museum of Art

Friday, May 4th, 2012

I am honored to be awarded inclusion in the Georgia Museum of Art’s Kress Project this year. A panel chose 24 artists out of those who gave responses to one of the Renaissance paintings in the museum’s collection, and whose work will be published in the book. It’s wonderful that this award includes an honoraria and […]

Tier IV and new paintings

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

My neighborhood is finally gentrifying. A white barred owl sat in my street the other night as I pulled into the driveway and I realized she’d probably been displaced by all the tree removal behind my back 40. My property lies between the city of Avondale and unincorporated Dekalb county. For now there is no […]

End of autumn paintings

Friday, November 18th, 2011

A few new paintings from October and November. I’ll be showing work at the Paideia School’s Art Visions annual fundraiser this weekend, November 19/20 and at the Telephone Factory lofts on December 3/4. Rockbridge Road. Acrylic on canvas panel, 16″ x 20″, 2011. Avondale, November 13. Oil on canvas, 35″ x 26″, 2011. Sidewinder. Oil […]

Fall paintings

Saturday, September 24th, 2011

Newest paintings for the week. With more on the way. To purchase after a few more weeks of drying time, see my EShop here. Nocturne. Oil/canvas 27″x31″, 2011. Sycamore Street. Oil/canvas panel 12″x12″, 2011. Clematis. Acrylic/canvas panel  6″x11″, 2011.

July and a couple of new paintings in progress

Sunday, July 10th, 2011

I had heard Philip Glass’s 1979 Mad Rush (renamed from his original Part Four, Fourth Series) at the Woodruff Arts Center’s Sonic Palooza a couple of weeks ago and started a sketch on site that was primarily horizontal lines, in response to his elegantly patterned piano piece. On the day that I began the painting, I […]

End of June paintings

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

A few new small paintings for mid summer. Wheelbarrow. 8″x10″, acrylic on canvas panel, 2011. Solstice. Acrylic on canvas panel 10″x8″, 2011. Alhambra. Acrylic on canvas panel, 8″x10″, 2011. My Vitreous, pencil drawing 2011. A sketch based on a posterior vitreous detachment in my right eye. That eye also has a 20 year old cataract. […]

Peonies, poppies and a heat wave that won’t quit

Saturday, June 18th, 2011

A few new small paintings in acrylic that I haven’t yet posted about. I like doing these small works and have gessoed several more panels. Acrylic isn’t as luminous as oil, but cleanup time is much faster and there are no fumes. Summer is the perfect time to use water based paints. One was sold […]

Quinlan Arts Center and musical inspiration

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Last night was the opening for the Quinlan Arts Center’s ‘Sound Off’, a juried exhibition of about sixty works of art inspired by music. In operation for more than 60 years, the Quinlan began as a sketch club in 1946 and has grown into a renowned regional arts organization. The exhibit will be up until August […]

Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College

Sunday, May 29th, 2011

The Decatur Fine Arts Exhibition at the Dana Fine Arts Building on the Agnes Scott campus, runs in tandem with the city’s annual Arts Festival from Memorial Day weekend to June 5th. Curated by Dalton Gallery’s director, Lisa Alembik, the show was juried by Flux Projects Executive Director Anne Dennington, ceramicist and instructor Rick Berman and […]

Victoria Webb, a life in paint

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