“Down Low on the Rapidan”, charcoal pencil on 9×12″ tan toned paper, 2018
“Buddy Time”, acrylics, 8×16″ on stretched canvas, 2018
Exhibited in the July, 2018 show, “Local Treasures”, at the Artists Gallery in Virginia Beach. Continue reading “Buddy Time”
“Andrea in the Afternoon”, acrylics on 12×24″ hardboard panel with 2″ pine cradle, 2018
Exhibited in the July, 2018 show, “Local Treasures”, at the Artists Gallery in Virginia Beach.
Continue reading “Andrea in the Afternoon”
It all began on a nondescript, average, typical day. I was sailing up the Interstate in my job-supplied minivan, faintly bored, as I posted a facebook comment, read an inbound text, looked up a client’s number, and chatted up a friend over bluetooth, while munching my hummus/avocado/tomato wrap and sipping a stale coffee Continue reading “How I Got My GT40”
“SuperMoon Rise at Buff’s Garden #2″, 9×12”, charcoal and sanguine on bristol, 2018.
“Wow, you’ve got talent!”… I’m closing in on my first year of serious painting and I’ve heard that a few times. It’s meant as a compliment and that is how I take it, and am grateful for the kind assessment. Hey, at this early stage of my development I’m just happy that people take the time to look at my efforts.
But, there is an aspect of “talent” that I am uncomfortable with. Continue reading “On Talent”