Happy to share the new canvases coming out of my studio recently. These are the first in my series of "Waterways" paintings, inspired by nearby creeks and rivers - my favorite!
I've been doing a lot of painting on paper lately. I mean, a LOT. I will be switching back over to canvases this week in the studio, but thought I'd share a bit of what's been going on. Here is a little sampling of the best that has cropped up...
Newly available in my shop!
Molding paste - where has it been all my life and why have I never tried it out? Here are some new works on paper, where I am doing some experimentation...oh, and I'm back on the canvas paper with these too.
Below is the second in my Portraits series. If you remember, I began this series in the fall with this post. I will be continuing this series on my usual, but comparatively smaller format (30 x 25"), just so I don't run into storage issues. I'd like to keep these on the stretcher and exhibit them eventually.
This piece is of the Black Locust - I'm really enjoying the positive and negative space created here...I was hoping to capture the rhythm of the tree.
This batch of abstract landscape studies are all done on watercolor paper instead of canvas paper, which lends to a slightly different feel and texture to the works. I've been enjoying it. All are 4.5" x 6" and can be found in my shop.