Monthly Archives: May 2010

LONDON MILES GROUP SHOW

As I mentioned a while back, I’ll have a small painting in “the Next Generation” group show at London Miles Gallery in London, England. the opening is June 4th. there will be something like 45 artists in this show and should be fantastic. I really wish I could make it out for the opening — next time. Continue reading

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NEW PAINTING: “LUSH”

This was the first piece I finished after the “Marks” show (progress pic posted a few weeks back here). It’s now on it’s way to Montreal for the show Justin Giarla (of the Shooting Gallery) is curating there. The show will be at Yves Laroche gallery in their brand new space, and I’ll be making the trip out for the opening June 9th. Continue reading

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GETTING ALL THE PAINT OUT

Since I don’t have any new work to post yet, I thought I’d do a quick entry on paints, and one of my favorite painting supplies: the Tube Wringer –a very simple device with gears that will squeeze every last drop of anything from a tube. Continue reading

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BIG NEW PAINTINGS & LATE NIGHT MUSEUMS

I’m still painting…not a whole lot else going on. I’m about %80 done with the first of the wood panel pieces, and this week I started on a new bigger canvas (below). this new one is 48″ x 48″, and while that isn’t huge for me, the composition is much different than I’m used to. I usually tend to focus on a single torso/head, but this one will have two subjects, with both full figures within the scope of the canvas. Continue reading

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