My daughter is wonderfully talented and very creative. She is loving that I’m painting and was really attracted to the style of 0.4 and 0.5. I asked her if she wanted me to make her a special painting with her choice of colors. Within minutes, I received this note from her: I had already used […]Read more "Untitled 0.6 (for Peyton) 12×16, oil on canvas"
This piece was a natural color extension from Untitled 0.4. As a technology freak, I was on the lookout for a simple way to capture some colors when I had a thought. A quick search brought me to the Picasso app (Google Play store) and it was exactly what I needed. I could quickly get […]Read more "Untitled 0.5 (12×16, Oil on canvas) – SOLD"
I was experimenting with painting on canvas paper with bold color backgrounds. I was interested in color values and with grey and brown. My daughter loves the color “peach” and I wanted to start in that area as the basis. Movement. Interaction. Reveal. That’s what I was concentrating on with this piece. Got the colors […]Read more "Untitled 0.4 (12×16, oil on canvas) – Personal Collection"
I’m drawn to yellow in paintings. It is a strong color with lots of connection to life and growth. The impact of Rothko’s Untitled, 1949 probably stays fresh in my mind with the powerful use of yellow in that masterpiece. I wanted a piece where yellow was featured, which led to the creation of this […]Read more "Untitled 0.3 (12×16, oil on canvas) Personal Collection"
This is my official “first painting”. I knew I wanted to paint on canvas paper and ultimately frame it. As with most of my works, it begins with a sketch and a thought process. I’m very interested in “tension” and movement and using a progression of “3” is a good way to do that.Read more "Untitled 0.2 (12×16, oil on canvas) – SOLD"