Thursday, September 27, 2012

Provincetown Dunes Series

I wanted to share my latest series of paintings. I'm showing this work at the Red Inn in Provincetown on the Cape for the next two months. It's right on the water and the view is beautiful–check out the website. I was down there during the Summer and took reference photos in preparation for the exhibit. I like the direction the paintings are going and I plan to continue. One of the paintings was juried into a show at the Zullo Gallery in Medfield MA so I'm minus one for the Red Inn, but that's a good thing. Ann and I are very excited to be exhibiting in a new venue.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Feelin' a little green in Painter

I was playing around in Corel Painter and did this. Working digitally is fun!

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Illustrator Showcase

Tomorrow night is the show, April came fast! See below for details!
New and exciting project near completion! Lots of exclamation points!

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Clown Babies

I've been very busy but have managed to produce the following pieces. This is some of the work I hope to include in an illustration show at Gallery 9 in April.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

If People Had Tails (some do)

This is the first of a new series of illustrations for an upcoming show at Gallery 9 in the Spring. It's in the same genre as the Sketchbook Project posted in the sidebar to the right. That project was a lot of fun for me but a little challenging because I had to stick to the theme "Make Mine a Double". Since this new series is themeless I think it might be more fun because I can go where ever.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Caravaggesque Apples and Pears

The morning after New Year's Eve I was at my friends Danielle and PJ's house waking up for breakfast and noticed this apple and pear setup on their table. The dramatic Caravaggesque lighting reminded me of an apple series I've done with the same extreme light. There may be some earlier postings with pics of the paintings. I had to take a picture if not for reference but for prosperity. Hints of a commission in this.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Cape Wild Things

 Arts Education Initiative

This last Saturday evening at the Cotuit Center for the Arts on Cape Cod was not only fun and engaging but also a "I feel like I'm participating in something significant" time. The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod's themed exhibit, "Wild Things", is presenting extremely talented artist working in a variety of media. Unique is that the exhibit is created with children in mind–the pieces are hung at a child's eye level. During the duration of the show kid's will participate in creative activities and meet the exhibiting artists. Pictured here is one of my favorite artists, Ann Gorbett, who is showing in the event.