New Work for “Through Your Eyes” Show This Spring!

I’m pleased to announce that I am working on new artworks for a site-specific show, called Through Your Eyes, in the spring at Unterhammer im Karlstal. It took me a little while to get going with the work, but I’m finally getting all my ideas unified into one body, which dovetails comfortably with the work I was already doing. Since it’s a site-specific show, it’s important to … Continue reading New Work for “Through Your Eyes” Show This Spring!

Playing with Line and Mixed Media

Yikes! It has been way too long since my last post. Never fear, it has been a busy spring and summer, but I I am working away in the time I can carve out for myself. I wanted to share some of my latest artistic explorations. In these small works, I’ve married the several strains of my work from the past year or so, resulting in something not … Continue reading Playing with Line and Mixed Media

Lost and Found: Transformation Paintings

It has been a couple of months since I have posted any new work, so I thought I’d throw my current endeavors out there. You’ll find I’ve continued to experiment away from realism. This time, I am exploring images that exist in my mind’s eye and are therefore difficult to render through realism. Here is the first one. My meditation practice inspired me to make … Continue reading Lost and Found: Transformation Paintings

Intimate Portraits of Overlooked Things

I was recently delighted to come across this video of painter Wayne Thiebaud (one of my very favorite artists) talking about his life and work on the occasion of his recent retrospective at the San Jose Museum of Art. For Thiebaud, painting will never die because it is an activity that is essentially human and offers an intimacy not found elsewhere. He goes on to … Continue reading Intimate Portraits of Overlooked Things