oil on linen 30×60
We had a major heat wave in July, that’s when I was having my roof done. It’s a metal roof. The roofers were not bothered they said. I replaced my sky light with new one that are opaque and white. It’s like an operating room in the studio, it took me a week to be able to ajust to so much light. I know we are all worried about our planet, this years the signs couldn’t be more real about what is happening. Our world goverments have to get it together and make some major changes, what can we do? Vote it for protection of our planet.
Another blue anemic painting
Black Rock 20×16 oil and cold wax on 2in panel
I just love the way gouache looks. Flat. I worked on the two pieces in the last few nights. I just let them come out of no where. After seeing the artist Jukyja Dolly when being on search on the internet machine I was inspired. Check the bottom of this post to go to a youtube and of course look at images under her name. I thought I was finished with narrative but story telling is important. It hard to hold me to one voice. Color Flow Gouache on Paper 12×9Color Flow Gouache on Paper 12×9
Thanks for looking. A
These are different pieces, shapes in more neutral tones. The image evolves as I construct and deconstruct. These pieces are oil,wax,and ash on panel. The ash comes from my wood burning stove which I use all winter for heat. Enjoy the work.
Abstract In April
This piece was at the Georga O’keefe Museun this last winter. The title is Provencetown. So very simple and elegant.
Rivers and Lakes Gouache on Paper 12×9
I have been studying Richard Diebenkorn in New Mexico. I believe if you study other artist it can only help you in your search for expression.
Working on abstract work lately. You will enjoy watching my journey into a new a new voice of expression.
Portal Oil and Cold Wax on Panel 20×16
Storm Oil and Wax on Panel 24×24
encaustic, 17×62, I lived in Levelland, Tx. when a child. Everyone has a sun rise and sun set view. Big sky and nothing to stop the wind.