My new show in Salida, Colorado is now up and open for viewing. The show will be on display for 3 months, until 28 February 2018. Here is a snapshot of opening night festivities...
Here are a few sneak-a-peak images from my upcoming show that opens this Friday. It's a first time for me showing large-format pieces. Here are a few pics of the show, including my "earth" series, acrylic on canvas 72 x 48
Getting ready for my new show that opend on December 1 at Pinon Real Estate Group offices in Salida, Colorado. Pinon sponsor 4 shows each year, and I am honored to have been selected as one of their artists.
Here's one of my new pieces that will appear in the show.
Nothing like a committment to light a fire under you. It is so easy to just let things slide when you think no one is watching. I am guilty.
I've been so focused on where I think I'm headed as an artist that I have essentially ignored the day-to-day tasks that make me one in the first place. How can I call myself an artist if I am not showing my art? Art without an audience is not really art.
So after a long, lazy, blissfully ignorant sabbatical, (where I did, in fact, create a lot of work) I am back on the blog, sharing it.
A few months ago while I was in Nepal, I discovered an incredible paper source and lugged home an entire ream of exquisite handmade rice paper. Here is one of the first attempts at using it for monotype.
Spring is in the air...
One of my favorite things in life is going to experience an exhibit by a great artist. One of my other favorite things is to eat my lunch in the park. Add them together and you have a day made in heaven. Denver Botanical Gardens currently has a lovely show of Alexander Calder sculptures hidden around the spring blossoms and peaceful ponds. Go get yourself a sandwich and take a stroll.