This day was going pretty well until I took the dogs for a walk 20 minutes ago. Because they are incapable of passing another dog without flipping their collective lids, they saw a pup and pulled me through a puddle where I had a spectacular wipe-out and landed (shoes, knees and elbows – both of [...]
I feel like a boiling teakettle.
June’s Casbah show?
The Brown Album. Twelve paintings, each one named for and featuring my visual interpretation of a single song from The Band’s second (and best) 1969 release.
I’m going to buy canvas tomorrow. In the meantime, I could explode at any moment. Excited!
I botched the only thing I worked on today, so nothing to report here.
Tonight I’m going to the Casbah to check out wall space and tomorrow I’m going to buy enough canvas to fill it. Huzzah!
I mentioned this, but I don’t think I ever posted a picture of it.
This was my birthday present back in August – a canvas storage system that Sean made with his own two hands.
We just moved it downstairs last night and it’s finally (almost) fully organized for maximum output.
A couple paintings I’m finishing up today. These poor canvases (canvii?) spent too much time on the bench, thanks to the all-consuming event that was Hillside.
First – Fireweed.
Second – Aurora.
My Pigott Building painting serves as the cover for the most recent chapbook from GritLIT.
Pet portraits…does this make me the wedding singer of painters? I don’t care if it does. I love dogs, I love painting them, and I love dog lovers, so here’s how it’s going to work:
From now on, 10% of all pet-related things (paintings, collars, etc.) goes to the Hamilton-Burlington SPCA.
I’ll have some [...]