Showing posts from March, 2010

Trying something new...

A video posting... Introducing my current painting [Ginter Mausoleum]


New painting on the easel this morning.... The Ginter Mausoleum in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia and yes it’s another mourning dove. Canvas toned

"Over the Artist Shoulder"

Back at the easel... again!

Okay so my last posting was a bit premature in thinking that I was finished with being “under the weather” but hopefully (knocking on wood) I am through with the whole being sick thing and can now be back at my easel for the duration! Today is my first full day back and I started painting the second layer of color on my painting “Ramsey’s Porch.” The background is finished and the railing is almost there as well. I hope to have the whole painting completed by tomorrow afternoon except for the mourning dove, which I will save until Monday!

Painting again!!!!

Work in Progress... "Ramsey's Porch" Oil painting - Adding color, layer one.

Thank You Tulsa!

Once again I thoroughly enjoyed traveling out to Tulsa, Oklahoma visiting with my fellow artist, friends, collectors, and art enthusiast! It was an extremely busy week, first with a LIVE painting demonstration at Lovetts Gallery and then exhibiting at the 2010 Natureworks Wildlife art show & Sale. The Lovetts Gallery Live painting demonstration was a great success with visitors in the gallery and people tuning in on the internet on “Over the Artists shoulder” my Ustream channel . Thank you to Jack and Waylon of Lovetts gallery for giving me the opportunity to paint at the gallery. I enjoyed answering all the questions of people in the gallery and from around the world on the internet. This was the first time that I have done a live broadcast and honestly was a bit nervous about it but overall I believe that it was a great success and look forward to doing it again. Jack and Waylon, you have a beautiful gallery, again thank you for that opportunity! Set-up for Live paint