I have bowed to your requests.
This lazy susan is almost 3 inches high and 14 inches wide.
Smiling sun motif with a black base, no need to frame it.
It will be $125 @ the Artsarben show in Omaha, NE this weekend.
$100 & free shipping if you buy it from me online before I leave for the show at 6pm Central this Friday.
Come see this 24x36x1.5 painting on a cradlec wood panel. Sides are gloss black, no framing needed. It will be at the Artsarben show in Omaha, NE this weekend.
Holler back if it’s yours. Free shipping in 48 states if you buy it online instead of at the show.
Thank you to everyone who came out to see the Mosaics show in St. Charles last weekend. I will be back in St. Louis for the Shaw Art Fair in October. It is a fantastic show, come see it if you can.
This as yet untitled painting is one of my current projects. Some progression photos are below. I plan to bring this one to Artsarben in Omaha, NE this weekend. Enjoy.
“Bite Me” (4x9x.5) is on display today at Mosaics in St. Charles, MO. If you cannot get here, message me and I will pay shipping anywhere in the continental US.
Come see my work at the Mosaics show in St. Charles, MO.
I will have today’s show stealer posted later today for those of you who prefer for some reason to not come to the show this weekend.
Show ends tomorrow at 5 or when I close the truck doors – whichever comes first.
24x36x1.5 cradled wood panel
$700 No frame needed, sides are gloss black.
Come see it in St. Louis this weekend or contact me if it is yours.
Should be finished tomorrow…..
As many of you know, one of my major influences – probably my primary influence is Marcel DuChamp followed closely by Rufino Tamayo. Throw in my love for African shapes and early, early blues and you have a base recipe for what I am trying to do everyday.
I have a show in St. Louis this weekend, “Mosaics” in St. Charles. I have been thinking all summer about returning to a more pronounced statement about what I am saying as an artist based on returning to my influences and style that reflect what I am thinking.
To help with this effort, I am also going to incorporate a technique I learned about 15 years ago when I worked in another studio. Carving into wood panels with heat is an old Scandinavian and eastern European technique that adds a beautiful element to painting on wood panels.
So I have been re-examining my message as an artist and I am bringing a new but old technique to get work to you. Below are some pictures of the process. This painting and other new works will be in St. Louis this weekend.
More to come. Watch this 2’x3′ panel come to life when colors are added.
Let me know what you think……