Thursday, November 29, 2012

The mysteries of Photos

It's cold. I decided to stay in and do a bit of organizing and planning so as to have a little direction before painting. I recently completed a showing of funerary monuments for one of the local galleries and really wanted to do something new. The first venture in that was the Coming and Going series (a few post below). As I've been rummaging (and getting more and more distracted) I came across some brilliant photos of my husband's family. Being some of his distant relatives, I have no idea who, where, when, or why. But I'm finding the 'mysteriousness' of it fascinating. Today, I did not quite formulate a plan as to what I wanted to do or finish organizing and filing paperwork, but I think this may have been a very good derailment. Though the task master in me cringes at the thought, I must admit, Procrastination Is Not Always an Enemy! I'm excited at the possibilities. Any ideas?  Enjoy.


 

 


 


 
 Just felt like that kind of day.
 
 Yeah! Uh Huh!
Oil on Canvas
(sold)
 
 
 I found these three little old paintings I did one summer in a field. Amazing how much a view can change in an afternoon.
PASSING triptych
 4" X 12" canvas
Acrylic







 


 
 
Poppy Light
Oil on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
18" X 24"
  
And
 
Poppy Bright
(same details)


 
 
 
 
 
Acrylic on Paper
(sold)
 
 
 
Pere Lachaise
Oil on Canvas
12" X 24"
framed


Wednesday, November 28, 2012


 
 

 

Persephone Study
Oil on Canvas
based on sculpture by Elizabeth MacQueen


 
 
 
 



New Directions

 
 

 


Coming And Going Parts 1-4
Series of 4" X 6" paintings. Acrylic on Wooden Blocks.
 




 
There Are Many Versions of You, But My Favorite Is Often Away
24" X 18" Acrylic and Ink on Canvas




Recent Show In Charleston, SC
November
Saul Alexander Gallery
 
Summations