I just finished up this little ditty called Buzzard’s Roost. I guess it’s not that little though. It’s 24 x 24 inches:
Lately I’ve been blogging about a list a questions I made for myself regarding my art career. It’s for the purpose of achieving the goals I’ve created on my new Art Plan. Once I’ve answered the next question, I’ll be half way down the list. In the meantime, I’ve been chipping away at the paintings for my late November show and I finally finished these two, but these aren’t the best photographs, so forgivem moi.
Key’s Ranch, 2015. Oil, paper, and fabric on birch wood panel, 10 x 10 inches.
Pictured above is the most recent completed painting called Flintlock Terrace: oil, paper and fabric on birch wood panel at 18 x 24 inches. It’s actually only the first piece I have finished for my upcoming show at the end of November, Rock and Refuge, at Craig Krull Gallery. That’s in addition to what I already have on the birch wood panels here that haven’t been sold yet.
I mentioned before that I was going to start answering some my own odd questions that I laid out for myself in my art plan.
Just working on my new mixed media panels for my upcoming show: Rock and Refuge.
I’ve been slowly working on three of the panels after finally getting a few things out of the way, but I ran into a couple of kinks in the road. I’ll tell you about it.
The other day I was talking about making plans. I mentioned that I began the thing with a whole Questions and Answers section, which was sorta based on figuring out how to solve some of the problems that might be blocking me from achieving my goals.