Had the opportunity to show some of my work at a bar in the East Village called Lovecraft. This show was a lot of fun, thanks everybody who came out. The paintings I chose to display were abstract and on the theme of creativity.
Merry Christmas! So 2014 is almost here…make sure you know what dates are coming up with these desktop calendars featuring my artwork. It’s the first product I’ve made and I’m pleased with how they came out. Each comes with 7 double-sided cards plus 2 bonus mini prints. Sit two next to each other for an extended view of the future. I’ve made them available through a new shop which you can see a link to on the side menu. They make a nice gift, keep the spirit of giving going after the holidays ; )
A friend of mine said this looks like some character breathing dreams into a sleeping otter. I guess everyone sees something different. Acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 36. In free line.
Little gap in the vegetation gave a nice view to Spencer’s Butte across the running trail in Amazon Park. Painted as the seasons were changing; the bits and pieces of this scene resemble the way it looked on different days. The clouds were putting on a show on the day I started this. Acrylic on canvas 16″ x 20″. In outer world.
New landscape painting in Eugene. This is the Jacqua Center, a very high end building on the University of Oregon that exclusively serves student athletes. Fall started to show up while I painted this. Acrylic on canvas, 16″ x 20″. Also in outer world.
New painting, first spontaneous one in a while. Acrylic on canvas, 24″ by 36″. In the free line.
Had the chance to start painting outside again, now in Eugene, OR. This is a view through the University of Oregon campus towards the new Matthew Knight Arena, home to the UO basketball team. More from Eugene to come. Acrylic on canvas, 16″ x 20″. Part of the outer world gallery.
Collaboration from early this year – when we and our guests were acting ridiculous. This may still be a work in progress. See in collaborative.
A group effort – acrylic on plastic. The plastic is an interesting surface to paint on, and it allows us to put this frame on our window and create a spectacle for those approaching the house. Somehow animals always appear in these. See in collaborative.
Actually started this about a year ago but went traveling. Based on a memory of flying east during a sunset. Mixed media on canvas, 40″ x 30″. See in outer world.