“summertime” is a canvas piece with acrylic paint. Attached is a block of plaster made in two pours with antique clock hands hardened into the plaster. Summer to me has always meant a bright block of time of special memories and moments in the sun and water.
Study of tectonic shifts of volumes and molded space on marine edge. Itinerary of spatial sequences alternate experience from local footing to distant shifting focus.
An abstract expressionist painting I finished yesterday. The transverse weft is the horizontal turquoise wave through the piece. This will be the base image for several digitally derived variations/ transformations.
Digital photo manipulation. Photo taken on Ponce deLeon Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia.
small watercolor spirals…
I actually sold two paintings at the coffee shop this morning.. I’m very excited about it. Now I can get more art supplies!!
Just the other day, I went to Utrecht to get turquoise watercolor specifically. It’s a series 4, which makes it the most expensive, but I don’t really care because I have a really hard time mixing professional watercolors and achieving any kind of consistent hue. I may just be me. Here is my first sketch using the new color. http://www.flickr.com/photos/interstitial/3999886256/
I sold two abstract watercolors today! Woohoo! Thanks Ben! Maybe I’ll do a few drawings tomorrow…. Caribou! Here I come!