Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Fiesole, Italy - 3

20 August 2013 - Fiesole, Italy
11" x 14", acrylic on hot press cotton watercolor paper

Monday, August 19, 2013

in and around Valldemossa, Mallorca - 33 (finished)

19 August 2013 - in and around Valldemossa
18" x 24", acrylic on hardboard
In-progress shots from today's session:

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Granada - 22

13 August 2013 - Granada
14" x 11", acrylic on cotton hot press watercolor paper

Monday, August 12, 2013

commissioned work

12 August 2013 - commissioned work
24" x 36", acrylic on canvas
Thank you, R., for the opportunity to paint this for you!  Hope you like it!

Thursday, August 8, 2013

in and around Valldemossa, Mallorca - 33 - in progress

I made it in to Koldshoulder Working Gallery (Facebook page <here>) today and started up a new painting.  I hope to get back again soon so I can keep going with it.

I did another, smaller and quite different version of this view in January 2012.  We'll see how different this newer one is when it's finished...

Sunday, August 4, 2013

South Park Blocks, Portland Oregon

4 August 2013 - South Park Blocks
24" x 36", acrylic on canvas
 Some more "in-progress" shots (see 2 August 2013 post for earlier ones):

Friday, August 2, 2013

E. and her 5 very well-behaved German Shepherds

11" x 14", acrylic on cotton hard press watercolor paper
I painted this for a friend's daughter, who told me she wanted five German Shepherds.  After meeting our crazy pup, Nigel, she clarified that she would train them all to behave.

First Thursday Grand Opening at Koldshoulder Working Gallery

Last night Sean Kalley and Patrick Zahn hosted the Grand Opening at Sean's Koldshoulder Working Gallery here in Portland.

I posted pictures on Facebook the event, including art of Sean Kalley, Patrick Zahn, Ron Berg, Davey Cadaver, Carol Duvernois, Kurt McGrew, and Wesley Younie.

During the Grand Opening I started a painting of the South Park Blocks here in Portland.  Here are some in-progress shots of it (also posted on Facebook):

I did a version of this same view in June 2010.  It'll be an interesting comparison.  My technique has definitely evolved over the last three years.