Delusion Protects Illusion. Mixed media diptych on paper, each part 14x17.
Untitled, watercolor, 11x15 on Arches paper
I just returned from my annual vacation in Denver, Colorado. The main reason I go is to visit both of my daughters. But there are plenty of great art museums to visit while I'm there, too. This time I toured the Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art, which has been closed on my two previous … Continue reading Colorado art redux, 2018 6.28.2018
In my most recent post about painting, I promised an update when all the paintings were completed. I finished them a few weeks ago, but it's taken me this long to sign each one and take photos and decide on titles. They're small, I know, but they're still good enough to hang on a wall. … Continue reading finished paintings 4.19.2018
My vow to paint more this year is holding true. Earlier this year, I wrote about wanting to paint more in this post. I seem to be able to sit down with my paints once a week, and I don't think that's quite enough. But once a week is a start! Here's where I'm at … Continue reading painting update 3.1.2018
In my post from last week, I wrote that I'm attracted to off-kilter ceramics, and abstract or non-representational art in general. Some might call it wabi-sabi (imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete) or other descriptors might be unrefined, confusing or childlike. Maybe I'm using all these labels to better describe how some might view abstract art. Or … Continue reading abstraction 2.9.2017