I wanted to show the nature of the canvas, taking it to the extremes as in life’s highs and the lows. Colors, some more pleasant and harmonious and others not so much—almost in random chaos, like those events around us that color our days,… Continue Reading ““Rainy Day Monday” (details)”
When I first photographed this piece in the garden for my Instagram account, it quickly became a matter of timing, wiping off drops of rain and rushing to take more pictures before the next drops began to fall. I finally thought we had succeeded… Continue Reading ““Rainy Day Monday””
A little watercolor from long ago, sold and gone. I painted this before pursuing a formal fine arts education and I just painted what I found aesthetically pleasing, sold my work at local galleries and taught some watercolor courses at the nearby art center.… Continue Reading “Afternoon”
I couldn’t help including this old favorite of mine, although it’s a long time since I painted it but it triggers a lot of memories for me. I was on the ferry to visit a dear friend in the Gulf Islands, who has long… Continue Reading ““Islands In The Gulf””
In a vague hope of sharing the three-dimensional qualities of Dry Spell’s shaped canvas and keeping in mind the limitations of two-dimensional media, I had to change my approach. Instead of attempting to include everything, I moved in close–showing just portions of Dry Spell.… Continue Reading ““Dry Spell” (details)”
“Dry Spell” 214 x 90 cm. Diptych. Acrylic paint on shaped canvas.