Back from the east coast and feeling inspired from New York and Chicago’s incredible art museums. This little study is from a photo I took of an old tree along
Month: October 2006
This had to be very quick. After visiting all the great museums yesterday and this morning, I had to paint. Wish I had my oils, but watercolor was the only
After my meeting today, spent some time just walking around Times Square. No place like it! There were lots of artists working on the street, here’s a few.
As regular readers of this blog know, much of my focus is sharing ideas, learnings, insights…educating. While in Chicago today, for my part-time “day job“, the stars aligned on art
They call it “The Bean“, or formally the “Cloud Gate Sculpture“, a public sculpture by Anish Kapoor in Millennium Park, Chicago. It’s a beautiful thing. Huge. I spent the day
I’m traveling to Chicago 10/23-25 then NYC 10/16-29, any plein air folks in town then? I’m thinking of hanging out in galleries and museums and bringing a nice, lite watercolor
Having been back from the SLO show for a couple of weeks now, I’ve been taking a second look at some of my paintings. I re-worked the painting below a
My blog has been silent for a week. I think that’s nearly a record. I’ve been thinking and catching my breath following the end of a long “plein air” season.
Even when I was a “full time” artist, I felt like–“when am I going to have time to paint?” I’ve got books, receipts, galleries to deal with, postcards, printers, ads,
Today was the last painting day of the San Luis Obispo Plein Air competition, the “Quick Draw”. We were given 2 hours to complete a painting, followed by a live