Posts Tagged ‘Studio Artist’

PORTFOLIO

June 10, 2010
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Studio Time in the New Year

January 2, 2010

This last year has been a strange one.  Due to a few thousand distractions I haven’t done much in the studio and I feel bad about that.  My resolution is to work much more this year at the business of painting.  Having said that, my house is still on the market (market? ) and when it sells, everything will change again.  Painting aboard a boat will be a challenge but, at least there will be no shortage of subject matter for me.  About the only thing I know for sure is that my work will get smaller.  Let’s see.

Atlanta Show

September 30, 2009

I just finished the last couple paintings for the Atlanta Show at the Bank of America building downtown.    The show was on then off then on then off right up until the last second.  I went so long thinking it wasn’t going to happen and not painting for it and then there it was staring me in the face and saying where are the paintings for the show?  It was like I was working for the newspaper again.  They would call me at home during the morning news meeting and say something like we need a portrait of Jimmy Hoffa in an hour and a half.  I learned to draw at stop lights on my way in.  Deadline stress, I used to thrive on the stuff but, no more.  Bugatti

“Bugatti” 30×48 acrylic didn’t make it into the show because I destroyed the frame at the last minute.

Red Boat

“Red Boat” 30×30 acrylic is a sister piece to Red Hat done several months ago                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Red Hat

Red Hat

At Your Own RiskAt Your Own Risk 20×36 acrylic

Proper Skiff  16×20 acrylic

Proper Skiff

The rest of the pieces in the show are all marine subjects.