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Tag Archives: original painting
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″, … Continue reading
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.
I had known about this blog back when the founder and artist Brett Baker began it. Now it’s really expanded to include many of the arts writers’ blogs that I’ve been following for a few years. My recent interview on Neoteric … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Norbert Marszalek and William Dolan offer a series of interviews with artists on their blog, including a recent one with me. Go to Neoteric Art for the full interview. Thanks, Norbert!
John Marin‘s (1870-1953) watercolors, early etchings and a few oils are on exhibit at the High Museum here in Atlanta from now until September 11, 2011. The exhibit was originally organized by the Art Institute of Chicago, which offers a … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading