Jan Wright solo show.

On Friday I had the pleasure of hanging Jan Wright’s solo show at the Vanguard Gallery in Moreno Valley.

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Jan P. Wright with paintings

And here’s Jan herself with my personal favorite in the show.

Here reception will be on October 20th, 4-6pm.  Please join us if you are in the area, or please share this message!

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A little bit of fun.

I had bought some tshirts for a summer camp class last year that didn’t run, so I had a clump of white tshirts.  I decided to have a little fun with them over the last couple days.  Not that I need any more tshirts….  Let me know if you are interested.  All these are an adult medium, but I can recreate them in a different size. $20+tx/sh.

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“So, I’m different. So?”

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“Neighborhood watch”, the inspiration for this came from my chalk painting ‘The artist as part of the environment

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The detail on Neighborhood watch

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“Disappearing butterflies”

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“Always dance in the rain.”

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“Circles and splashes”. Front of tshirt

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“Circles and splashes” tshirt back of tshirt.

Paintings in their forever home.

These two paintings joined the other painting most recently shown in its forever home.  I’ve thought for some time that people who like one body of my work (oils, acrylics, traditional painting) are a different set from those who like my mixed media contemporary work.  However, this is not always the case, there are a few who like both.

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“Sun through rain” looks good atop “One with the sky” at home in Pomona, CA

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This month is shaping up to be really interesting – as you can read in my Newsletter.

One of the things that I didn’t mention is that I’m also involved in curating another solo show at the Vanguard Gallery, this time for long-time associate Nick Foschi.   I’ll get to hang two shows in two days.  About 50 linear feet for Nick and about 7 for me!  Just hoping that my flu symptoms wane enough to give a demo/talk on Wednesday evening in Redondo Beach.

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Abstract Painting by Nick Foschi.

 

Newer Work #76

Watercolor collage painting

#1292 Flowing. 3.5×5 watercolor collage on foamcore in mat to fit 5×7 frame. $25.

Another couple little ones….  On the first one I named it Flowing because I love how the top of the cloud at the bottom flows between the three pieces.

 

 

 

 

The second one does have a more ominous feel, even though it is more colorful.

(Oh, I wish I could put this text at the side of the image like I did above.  It’s been 10 minutes of struggling, I give up.)

 

Watercolor collage painting

#1293 Ominous. 5×3.5″ watercolor collage on foamcore in mat to fit 7×5″ frame. $25.

Newer works #72

Watercolor collage painting

#1283 Jump for Joy. Watercolor collage 5×3.5″ in 7×5″ mat. $25.

It’s been such a dry year for sales, I’ve not needed to create too much.  Nevertheless sometimes I just can’t hold back.  Thought I’d do a batch of small impulse-purchase sized works at $25 a pop.  Indeed there were a couple of impulses succumbed to in the last couple shows.  Here are a few of the ones that haven’t quite impulsed people yet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watercolor collage painting
#1284 Keep your promises. Watercolor collage 5×3.5″ in 7×5″ mat. $25.

 

 

I’m having as much fun with the titles as the collages.

 

 

 

Newer work #71

Mixed media painting

#1271 Night watch. Mixed media on solid pine panel, 14×24″. $250.

This is the last of the current batch of cloud-shaped paintings  Theoretically the shape is great for a kids room, but not necessarily the poem written in it, if you want your child to ever sleep:

Night Watch
Stars between clouds
a night to stay up and watch
until the sun rises.

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