Monday, April 25, 2005


Mulberry. Mixed Media. 12"x12". Posted by Hello

This is a work in progress. It started as the first of a series, and once I had finished the third painting I realized that I had to return to this one. If the lighting is good tomorrow, I'll be able to photograph the other two works in this series that I've finished.

I'm going to try to post at least once a week, but as we are preparing to move you'll have to bear with me if I fall short of this goal. I will have to put painting on hold in order to pack up my studio at some point. And just so you know, I hate packing. It creates a level of anxiety that should be reserved for really terrifying things, like jumping out of airplanes or sticking your head in the mouth of a lion.

Say "aaaah".

Friday, April 15, 2005

Red Right Angles

RedRightAngles. Acrylic. Posted by Hello

I think the measurements on this one are 24"x18", but I haven't actually measured yet.
Don't you just love color?

Thursday, April 14, 2005

Quote for the day

[Art] allows the spirit to evolve.
--Richard Tuttle

Saturday, April 09, 2005

Sweet gum

Sweet gum. Acrylic, 24" x 36". Posted by Hello

Lately I've been taken with the shapes and shades of nature. I have been trying to record the trees around our home, because that is what I believe I will miss the most after we have moved. I love the way leaves filter light, the shadows created by a tangle of branches, and how trees offer a visual clue to the changing of the seasons.

Wednesday, April 06, 2005

The Flood

The Flood. Acrylic paint, 24" x 36". Posted by Hello

This one was a wee bit tricky to photograph, because it is so shiny & reflective. This was the first work I did after finishing my landscape series. Clearly I was still stuck on the landscape format (see the horizon at the bottom?).

Monday, April 04, 2005

Recent Works

Virginia. Mixed Media. Posted by Hello

This is one of many digital photos I took today of completed work that I have inhabiting my studio.
This piece bubbled up out of the nostalgia one has for familiar places--in this case, the state of Virginia where I did most of my "growing up".