Monthly Archives: October 2010

Still not sure of a title for this one, and I haven’t signed it yet as I’m trying to decide which orientation looks best. Oil on Canvas, 12″ x 12″, 2010 Advertisements

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Pensacola Beach

Quite some time ago, I had a very productive painting session at Pensacola Beach.  It sickened me this summer to see pictures of oil washed up on those white sands. Pensacola Beach, Acrylic on Hemp Canvas, 8″ x 10″, 1999

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Painting for Preservation

This painting will be auctioned during Preservation Kentucky’s Fall Reception, Friday, October 22nd in the Bourbon Room at Serafini’s Restaurant here in Frankfort Kentucky. This even occurs during the 2010 Kentucky State Historic Preservation Conference. More information about Preservation Kentucky: … Continue reading

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Ocean Dawn

Kind of an abstract, kind of a landscape.  Spent a lot of time repainting many of the pixels on this one, adjusting the colors and values. Ocean Dawn, oil on canvas, 20″ x 16″, 2010

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Something a little different

This kind of harks back to watercolors I was doing a decade ago, but rendered here in oil. Dance, oil on canvas, 12″ x 12″, 2010

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Some thoughts on recent directions

A critique of this work that I have considered is that it might be considered a little cerebral as opposed to expressive or emotional.  But I have other work that expresses that side of my character.  For some reason right … Continue reading

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Still more from the show…

This is an example of how things got more complicated with these grid paintings – I’ve always been fascinated by the idea of overlying different patterns on top of one another to create a sense of depth without it being … Continue reading

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