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
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
This is the final mutation of my painting of the lake at Ernest E Debs regional park in Los Angeles. The first layer of the painting was in an impressionist style, with realistic colors but not a lot of detail. Next the black outline was more defined and colors were
I completed this painting on a hill in Glendale, California overlooking the valley down below. It was cold and there were dark clouds forming as I painted. Suddenly I hear something coming towards me in the bushes – it was a wall of small hailstones! I tried to continue painting
This weekend I finished the Montrose Farmers’ Market painting I started a few weeks ago. I cleaned up the lines and fixed some colors. Then I added my stylized dot finish to it. This final layer of color turned a colorful and cheery painting into a strange and otherworldly one.
Last weekend I painted en plein air at a Farmer’s Market in Montrose, California. The dry, sunny day kept drying out my paints. This is my first draft – later I am going to fix the composition, define the lines, and change a few colors. Then I will add the