It’s been over 2 years since I’ve posted here. A lot has happened. There is much to say and share. Till then, here is a meager offering of content I cobbled together after revisiting my time in school and old artworks. With distance now, I can see that I spent a lot of time flirtingContinue reading “Red – My Martian Landscapes”
Review of art show Capacity of Color held in the Anne Bryan Gallery at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, featuring work my PAFA students.
Night landscapes aren’t as common as daylight ones for obvious reasons. I love them. There is something borderless about paintings of the night sky. Sharp edges tend to destroy the illusion. Silhouettes and shadows meld into one by moonlight. Moonlight on the Bruges Canal by Charles Warren Eaton. A beautiful tonalist work. Lisière de Bois by Jean-Baptiste-CamilleContinue reading “Painting Moonlight”
A lot has changed in a few short months. The most obvious change may be that my website is redesigned and now has an integrated store where my paintings can be purchased. I feel very good about it. It was time to clean things up. I’m learning more about wordpress, SEO and optimizing art portfolioContinue reading “Treasures – Art Studio Moments”
Blog post about posing for contemporary realist artist Angela Cunningham, her drawing process and how art modeling for her has also informed my own art.
I currently have some old and new work hanging at The Little Volcano on Wall Street in downtown Asheville. The Little Volcano is a Yoga Studio and Boutique Gallery recently opened by Rosie and Kit Volcano, who recently moved to Asheville from Chicago.
Contemporary Art and Inspiration: The works of artists Chrystal Chan, Sam Wolfe Connelly, Roberto Ferri, Allison Sommers and Denis Forkas.
They remind me just a bit of looking into a miniature diorama, a view finder, all a scene of a single piece of work or play. They all also seem to share a similar balance of warm and cold golden browns.
Blog post comparing the works of contemporary artists with artists from other centuries and genres.