The park nearest to my home happens to house the Bolton Hall Museum, a stone building built by the pioneers to the area of Tujunga, California. This makes it a convenient subject to paint. Last weekend I spent a few hours painting and then checked out the museum. Earlier in
A new consignment store is open in Burbank, California at 3412 1/2 Magnolia Boulevard called the Catnip Connection. You cannot miss it with its giant psychedelic cat sign. It is a cool store with a lot of booths by vendors with interesting vintage and retro merchandise. There are also real
The more I paint, the more my style evolves. Currently, I have eschewed the dark black outlines cutting between areas of color. I use a bright under-painting and allow it to shine through by using minimal brushstrokes. I am still refining the technique. These are the results of two recent
First off, thank you for the California Creative Arts for giving me the opportunity to represent them at the Jackalope Art Fair in Pasadena! It was a blast to be out there painting and mingling with all the fair-goers. Thank you to Mimi Rossi for the images. Secondly, I would
Greetings! Now presenting my artwork at the Encino Terrace Gallery until June 16, 2023! Location of Gallery: 15821 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91436 Come see the works below and artwork from other members of the California Creative Arts, Inc. If interested in buying any of the artwork, contact information will
Greetings! I have been accepted to participate in the Los Angeles Pancakes and Booze Art Show! Come see me paint live and buy some Art! There will be many many other artists also in the show selling art, as well as people selling booze and making free pancakes (with ticket).
I decided to go back to downtown Burbank and paint on San Fernando Boulevard. Previously, I have painted all up and down this street at different angles but this is a new one. I set up in front of Tender Greens and aimed down the street at the mall and
These are the results of my recent adventures to downtown Los Angeles to do some en plein air painting. The first painting was done at 7th and Grand Avenue. This location itself does not have major landmarks, but I thought it was interesting with its reflective skyscrapers and crisscrossing busy