I like the way this painting tackles the feeling of a man perfectly adapted to his surroundings, fully at ease and intent on his business, dealing with whatever needs to be accomplished despite or because of the weather. It exemplifies the spirit of individuals who are confident and capable — self-actualized. Qualities I greatly admire.
I’m honored to be representing Calloway Fine Arts & Consulting with this painting and one other (see the previous post) at the Current Art Fair in Richmond, VA. The fair runs from October 24-27 — a perfect drive during Fall. These exciting contemporary artworks would look terrific in any space. For more information: http://www.currentartfair.com
I’ve been working on a new series of paintings about the Arctic and Norway since a recent trip there. These canvases try to convey the feel and emotion of the landscape, including its visual, auditory, olfactory and tactile qualities. Unforgiving, yet magnificent, the area represents a uniquely challenging environment for people. Beautiful and powerful.
Proud to display Sylvie, above, in the studio after this summer’s exhibition at CATO Institute’s “Freedom: Art as the Messenger” in Washington, DC. Bold, stark, and arresting, Sylvie commands attention in a thoughtful way, open to many and varied interpretation. While minimal in execution, it’s packed with potential in terms of content. It looks great on any wall. Contact me for purchase. Cheers
Just completed and available in the studio. Sized 36×36 inches, Raul appears enigmatic with eyes that have much to say if only we could interpret them. This kind of painting thrills me with its ambiguity and arresting quality. It makes one think. It’s not just pretty wallpaper.
Newly completed and available in my Virginia studio. Contact me directly – email@example.com
This enigmatic piece has been accepted into the national juried exhibition of the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in California. The exhibition, “Content Matters,” features “consequential work that tells stories and captures the attention of visitors.”
My painting is the first in my “Corrected Vision” series which addresses feeling and seeing and the moment when one’s ideas have finally clarified. Sometimes we are blinded by misperception, wishful thinking and faulty logic. This series of paintings reflects the moment of clarity when truth is revealed. We have all experienced periods of being mislead or of assuming the best, and I think everyone can empathize with the emotion of finally recognizing the stark truth.
The exhibition’s curator and judge is well-known San Francisco gallerist Jack Fischer. Thanks to Marin MOCA for the opportunity! If you’re in the area, stop by and check out the show. This artwork is for sale.
Marin MOCA — 500 Palm Drive, Novato, CA – – marinmoca.org — firstname.lastname@example.org
June 15 – August 4, 2019 — Opening Reception June 15, 5-7 p.m.