When you realize halfway through your painting, part of your still life setup is your very necessary spray bottle, the still life becomes a lot more empty. still life, acrylic, 6x6" click here to purchase
'Beijinhos!' - regrettably, I don't actually know any other languages (yet, maybe someday?), but I know this one word, it means 'little kisses.' I had a special request to paint these little kisses bigger. acrylic, 6x6"
Still Life, acrylic, 8"x8" Other News (the Opening Reception, The Hard Sell); Join myself, some bigger paintings and smaller ones too at the Opening Reception (Friday night) Dec 9, 6-9 at South Street Gallery, 149 South Street, Hingham.
sold The title takes up more space than the painting. landscape, 4x4" acrylic Other News:Opening Reception this Friday night, 6-9pm at South Street Gallery, 149 South Street. I will be there along with some bigger paintings (and smaller ones too). More News Still: Workshop, January 4, Bonita Springs Florida, there's a couple of more spaces, click here for more information
This piece of produce is a keeper (it's had a long shelf life, I'm thinking of decorating it for Christmas). still life, 6x6"available at South Street Gallery, please call 781-749-0430. Other News: Below is a photo from the other night of the '*girls* who paint' of the GJWP challenge group (the 'tall drink of water' in the back row was an honorary member for the night).
Other News: I'm busy putting the finishing touches on my work for a show called, "The Bigger Picture." The opening reception is Friday, December 9th from 6-9 at the South Street Gallery, 149 South Street, Hingham. I'll have over 20 pieces of various sizes on display, some small, some big.More News Still: Thank you boston.com for working with me to do this online article, http://www.boston.com/yourtown/hingham/
sold While painting this, I took out a little brush for the detail work and I remembered I used to detail paint Rabbit Razors (razors shaped like rabbits) in college as a part time job. Other News: Anyone have any tricks for painting with acrylic on canvas? I paint mostly on masonite because I love how buttery the paint is on the surface, but I'm wondering is there any way to treat a canvas to get the same feeling with acrylic?