I may not be leaving the house, but I am in a show! This painting won an honorable mention in the Grey Cube Gallery “Skies” show this month.
This painting was partially worked on during a demonstration a couple months ago. I didn’t complete it until a little while later.
I think this is my first ceiling mural. Kinda odd for a skyscapist but there you go. This is definitely my first shower mural.
This is another in the series on reclaimed panels. There will be quite a few of these as my friend and I had a very successful dumpster diving session a couple months back.
This painting was done in a different way than the majority of my mixed media pieces. Although I had the two (yes, just two) pieces leftover from a cut, it was enough. Then I cut the panel specifically to fit the art I was going to make (usually the panel is a separate inspiration), and then I painted the underlying acrylic first – to work with the clouds cut-out before I put the watercolor part on. Then the poetry.
It’s easier to figure out what it looks like when you can see it on a wall.
Seeing as we’re all sitting around these days, we might as well see what shapes the clouds make.
A third collage from the batch I’m currently showing you.
I had a painting accepted in the Sunrises and Sunsets Art Exhibit, held by Fusion Arts. There’s no excuse for not seeing this exhibit, despite the current closure of most facilities, because it’s online. Happy to see that my friend Diane Morgan won one of the awards.