My still life table has been a busy setting lately and this painting above, called “Food for Thought” will appear in an upcoming Art League exhibit. It’s an acrylic painting and measures 36 x 18 inches. I have been painting a lot!
The painting has a cousin, a small work 20 x 16 inches that features the same compotier.
That September show will be at the Torpedo Factory in Old Town Alexandria, VA beginning September 10th and lasting through October 6th.
I’m on Instagram! And you can follow me via the link below. And this painting illustrated above — What the Sky says about the Road — is on view at the Torpedo Factory in Old Town Alexandria through the month of June.
What the Sky Says about the Road is on exhibit at the Torpedo Factory Gallery through the month of June in historic Old Town Alexandria.
What the sky says about the road is the name I gave this oil painting measuring 24 x 18 inches. It’s going to be in the June exhibit at the Art League in historic Old Alexandria, Virginia starting tomorrow. The exhibit runs through July 1.
And thus I was able to photograph my painting.
Currently it hangs in the May exhibit at the Torpedo Factory in Old Town Alexandria. Very pretty light in the gallery today though there were areas of flooded streets just outside the building. Mother Nature dropped A LOT of rain on the Washington DC region.
Capricious Mother Nature.
Here’s a view of the installation:
The dark painting of flowers has been accepted into the May exhibit at the Art League. It will be on the wall from May 8th until June 3rd in Old Town Alexandria.
Got a chance to take a picture of my latest painting on exhibit. It’s the long format landscape on the bottom right. It’s now on view at the Torpedo Factory in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Here’s another view:
Just learned that the Crepe Myrtles will be on exhibit at the Virginia Art League in March. The painting will be included in the spring landscape exhibit running March 6 through March 31st.
This small painting Sea Flower will be on exhibit beginning this week in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, at the Torpedo Factory. It combines two of my favorite things — a Queen conch seashell and my favorite floral cloth.
Here’s another view of the cloth, a detail from another painting.
The favorite floral cloth ends up in a lot of things.
In Sea Flower the two subjects almost blend together in a fairly abstract image. It was the camouflaging of the seashell in the painting that made me realize that the Queen conch is kind of a flower itself, a hard beautiful calcite flower.
The painting on exhibit is for sale. Inquire for details.