Friday, October 30, 2015
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Bubblehead 11, acrylic on panel, (6" x 8"), 2015
I'm quite excited about this new body of work since it pushes my portraits into another direction far away from historical, yet they still retain the same quality of rendering as my historical portraits. Which means that my style is still intact even though the faces are more "modern".
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Monday, October 26, 2015
|RUBY 38, (clay figurine), 2015|
I'm beginning to make figurines with more details such as arms. Sounds a little weird, but I've been meaning to make more elaborate clay figurines since a while. I've got plenty of other ideas stored in my head, but I think it'll only be in the new year that I can expand on my clay work.
Friday, October 23, 2015
Swimmer clay figurines, (from left to right # 50, 51 and 52), 2015
November is turning out to be one badass month and it's not even here yet. Got lots of projects going on at the same time that will all come to fruition in NOVEMBER. I should have an update of my new shows soon.
In the meantime, enjoy looking at my newest swimmer sculptures. They always seem to appeal to the masses.
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Friday, October 9, 2015
I've got 16 art-related items on my to-do-list for this month...it went up from 12.
I might be able to cross out 3 items from it by the end of the weekend.
We'll see how things go.
|Another cloud photo. The clouds were a perfect pink.|
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
I've got a list of 12 "things" to do over the next few weeks.
I've managed to get 1 1/2 things done so far.
Should be a promising month.
I woke up extra early yesterday morning because the whole family had check-ups with our new family doctor.
This morning I woke up extra early to hunt for cardboard in my neighbourhood before the recycling truck came by to pick everything up.
On my agenda for the rest of today:
Package up 2 orders and bring to post office.
Check to see if there are more boxes available from a local retail store near the post office.
Do more laundry.
Work on new sculptures.
Gesso panels and get them ready for painting.
Do more laundry.
Work some more on sculptures.
And do lots of other things in between as the day goes on.
|Landscape painting (5" x 7"), acrylic on panel, 2012|
|What's on my work table at the moment|
|Untitled, acrylic on wood (4" x 4"), 2013|