Tag: art

  • 3 Important Tips For Showing Your Paintings In A Gallery

    3 Important Tips For Showing Your Paintings In A Gallery

    If you’ll be showing your work at business establishments (restaurants, galleries, community centers…etc.), here are a few things to keep in mind: 1 – Secure your wire.  Many locations require that your work be secured with pliers so it doesn’t fall off the wall and land in someone’s soup.  I like to use little eyelet screws and…

  • the latest projects

    For those of you who’ve been wondering: I’m not dead, between projects and other things, I just haven’t had much time to blog. While diving into existential-land and pondering the true meaning of blogging, I’ve run many miles and drank many cups of caffeine.  When I have a revelation about blogging, I’ll be sure to…

  • The Burro and the American Burro

    Oil on canvas – 11×14″ I used to understand the difference between a donkey (burro) and a mule, but, the subject rarely comes up, and I have since forgotten.  However, I’ve been swimming in admiration for Mexican art recently, and have found it to be simple, colorful, lively, and festive.  I tried to re-create at…

  • The RSS Fish

    RSS Fish Acrylic on Canvas – 8″ x 6″ I recently fixed an old Gilbert clock from the 1920’s.  It’s one the most fascinating toys I’ve ever had because you can see all the levers and cogs moving as it keeps your time.  Of course, that will be hidden again once I’m finished re-furbishing its bell-shaped case.…

  • Hot, Hot, Hot

    SOLD: Sexy Legs Acrylic on Canvas 8″ x 6″ I’ve been attempting to produce 10 paintings by Friday.  This personal challenge began yesterday due to a sudden show invite (special thanks to KD Mernin with the NAC and the Mt. Airy Art Garage). At this time, I have 4 more to go, then hope to get…