6×12 oil on canvas
I have a box of canvases that are paintings that I started but never finished. Every so often I like to go back to this box and revisit the forgotten “bones” of a previous work to see where a fresh perspective might take it. Here are a couple that I completed this week and uploaded to Fine Art America so they could be converted into textiles or larger, framed reprints.
With the close of 2017, I have to admit that the year for me was a mixed bag. While I could dwell for hours on all that went awry, like my fragrance allergies and my skin cancer diagnosis, I will instead focus on what an amazing year 2017 was for me as an artist!
By the close of 2017 I estimate that I sold over 25 paintings during the year, one of which was sold to a private collector in Australia. My debut in the land down under. We will see what 2018 brings, whatever that is, I’ll just keep swimming.
A November rain on a dead potted plant. Exquisite. Prints and textiles on Fine Art America.
I’ve been working on a coupled of very, very large oil paintings over the last several months. While these works have been in process I’ve created a series of abstract paintings in acrylic. The resulting work always lends itself to beautiful prints and textiles.
Today I came home and discovered that I a painting I recently uploaded was featured in a collection titled “Spills” on their website. The best news was, my work wasn’t buried among the grouping, it appeared first.
24 x 36 oil on gallery stretched canvas. 325.00, edges are finished, hardware installed for immediate hanging. Comes with certificate of authenticity.