I spent a hot summer's day at Blue Gallery in Kansas City. I was thrilled to see my landscapes on view.
My newest painting, "Field with White House" is now on view at Blue Gallery in Kansas City, Missouri.
Inspiration for this painting came from a photograph. The photograph was taken by a friend while she was visiting Medellin, Columbia. The photograph captures an interesting perspective of a hilly cityscape. When composing my painting, I subtracted the buildings and trees, and transformed the cityscape into fields.
I am exploring the idea of panels that can be displayed either fitting together as one large piece or displayed with space between each panel. The piece below is 72 inches long and 44 inches tall when panels are together.
Today, I spent this cold April morning with photographer Aaron Paden as he documented new large paintings at his Downtown Lawrence studio.
The studio is located above a store and is equipped with large ceilings and a wonderful view of Downtown. Visiting his studio is always fun as there is an array of lenses, lights, and other photography related things stored here and there and on shelves.
It's always exciting to work in the final stages of a group of paintings. Currently, I will finish around seven larger paintings.
One of the finished paintings is a three paneled landscape that can be displayed together or spaced.
When the batch of paintings dry, I will have these new paintings photographed.
It's that time of year when the weather is warmer and days are longer. In Lawrence, Jayhawk tournament basketball permeates with games broadcasted in stores.
In the studio, I am working on large and colorful still life paintings.
It's been a little drab outside lately. The weather has been drizzly, and I've been stuck inside. This color of orange has been inspirational. It is from a 1969 pickup truck ad.