Bliss (triptych, 2010)
30.00″ x 30.00″ x .75″
Original, abstract finger painting. Tempera and acrylic on stretched canvas (no frame required). Lightly textured. Sides of canvases painted. Signed on bottom edge of right canvas.
I am excited to announce we have launched our online gallery. I am very happy with the process and want to thank “Artist Resources” for sending the information a few months ago. Instead of waiting to have another exhibit I decided to go this route while working on my daily painting projects. I recently went to purchase art supplies and was asked by the cashier if I would like to hang some of my art in the store. So I am going to submit some of the new works to the store.
I have been experimenting with using the palate knife for texture in my paintings something that I have not done before. The process if different for me, the drying time is longer due to the thickness of the paints but I was happy with the results in the long run. I am also using smaller canvas which cuts…
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This is part of my series of Wall Abstracts. I photographed this wall in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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For 365 days, I am posting a photo or piece of art that I have created that reflects what I call the Optimism of Color. Through vibrant colors and bold visceral forms, these works shout out my joy at being alive, and my good fortune at being able to continue to make art after a near death experience.
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