Studio Season

[singlepic id=540 w=320 h=460 float=left] At last, October finds me back in the studio, getting ready for the next round of events.

First on the agenda: oil painting! I've had little time to paint in oil this year, and I've missed it. But with my solo show coming up at the Tinman in March, and a First Friday preview at the Roberts Mansion (just down the street from the MAC) next month, I desperately need some new oils. The Birth of Fire, left, is the first to be completed.

Next up: landscapes! My recent series of tiny landscapes proved to be quite popular, selling out in two shows. The six-by-six-inch pastels were the first step in a larger landscape project I have planned for this fall and winter.

Followed by: everything else! I'll continue to develop my body of work in pastel and oil for the Tinman show, my galleries, and next season's festivals. And hopefully somewhere along the way I'll get a chance to paint the walls in my studio... the addition of a new, soon-to-be-open brewery in my building has given me the studio-improvement bug!

Be sure to check back here or on my Facebook page for updates on my upcoming shows. Happy Studio Season—a.k.a. Fall!