Mixed media including bees was encaustic, pigmented plaster, oil paint on maple wood panel, wood frame. It is for sale, just send me and email if interested.
This is one of my favorites, it's currently on my wall, was in a gallery in St. Croix and then stuck in customs. Happy to finally have it back in RI. Mixed media, on wood panel and wood frame. 9.5"x11".
Mixed media, bees wax encaustics, pigmented plaster, graphite on reclaimed wood panel, wood frame.
Had a chance to surf some amazing waves while in Maine, this place was out of the way and hard to find, deep water beach break. Shot a bunch of great pics, going to use in my Hinterland series.
Delivered some new paintings to the Sakonett Collective, this one is 42"x42", pigmented plaster, encaustics, and oil paint on wood panel frame.
On the way to the beach this weekend go Check out some of my work! at the Sakonett Collective,
and other local artists at Tiverton Four Corners 10 to 4.
A few photos of Vintage Surfboard logos taken at the Waterbros. Surf Fest IV, at Ft. Adams Newport RI. Amazing show with over 700 boards.
Here is a link to my Flickr Album
I currently have 6 paintings at the Sakonett Collective in Tiverton, Rhode Islands Four Corners, (near Greys Ice Cream). Some great new local contemporary artists, and a very cool vibe, location, and space. check it out on your way to Little Compton this Summer!
Working with cyanotype on paper, the primitive photo process is simple and fun to work with, exposing the paper using the sun is interesting as you can actually "paint" by timing the exposure and positioning, here are a two examples from yesterday, these are available for sale as prints.
Working out some sketches for a children's book, been fun working in Adobe illustrator again, it's like riding a bike you never forget once you learn the basics. Going for an angular and blocky style in the characters, incorporating textures from my paintings for color, work in progress.
Cyanotype from yesterday on cotton paper.
I've been trying out some new techniques lately and here is one of them. This might not be the exact way to do this technically but it works for me. I plan on doing a new series in large format, so for now experimenting and having fun creating small pieces is all part of the process.
Working on a series of truck, and vehicle illustrations for a childrens book, during the process I scanned and photographed a bunch on my paintings, and scraps from the studio, tweaked in Photoshop, then used as swatches in Adobe Illustrator to color in the parts of the firetruck and monster truck, next the police car, I'm thinking of using these painting textures for entire book.
Organizing my photo archives, decided it's time to start a new photoblog, at surfabl.com. Mosty street style Americana shots from around New England and New York City.
Starting a new series, using mixed media including cyanotype, digital, combined with graphite.
Page 3 of 10 pages < 1 2 3 4 5 > Last ›