Hills and Waves
I am now past the halfway mark of this One Painting Per Week For A Year project, and it seems to be going as naturally as breakfast. I tend to these pieces often in the in-between-times of all the other business of the day, and, by the end of each week, there is a painting that I can confidently claim as mine and done. I’m obviously not reinventing the art wheel here, nor am I shooting to get into a blue chip gallery in Chelsea with this collection… it remains a practice of putting paint down, and not concerning myself with the art world aspect of making art. I have just returned from a week at the beach, and one of the best things about the vacation was not being saturated with the multiple facets of the art world… which can be a sickening mixture of emptiness and ego. But, I digress… the two pieces here brought delight to me, as I played more with pattern than I had been, and it seemed to work. Anyways, thanks for stopping by… and, I am still trying to pick a date to display the first half of the project in my studio. Stay tuned.
twentysixteen-24 (Hills) – 24″x24″ – $500