Thursday, September 30, 2010

Studies Pt. 4

The first thing I saw when I opened my eyes this morning:

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

My father the comedian

On Sep 28, 2010, at 11:39 AM, Stuart Fisher wrote:

I like your stuff. It isn’t easy though. Not the kind of stuff that would sell easily in Jackson Hole or Scottsdale. Not a single kitten with big eyes, no buffalo and calf. No time worn Indian faces. Your work is challenging. It has intellectual content that most people aren’t looking for over their sofas. Reminds me of the conflict between popular science writing and scientific publication in journals. Of course the latter has no market value. Nobody makes money writing what I write.  But it IS appreciated and does move the enterprise forward.  So where do artists go who advance the field but aren’t popular?  Seems like they ought to be in academics where they don’t have to sell anything to survive. Or is that impossible in art? Do artists have to have popular appeal, at least at some level?   I always think of the impressionists. They were pursuing a new form of expression, yet they all seemed to want to sell. Was it just because they needed the money or did success require a certain modicum of appeal to the public?

Do you think your color blindness is evident in your work?

Thanks for the blog. Keep it up.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Studies Pt. 3

Foliage Study (not a full composition)


Sketches Pt. 3

Randoms Pt. 2

Some Abstract images that I've been sitting on.

Andy Denzler

Props to Jordan Minardi for showing me Andy Denzlers work.

I don't really want to get in the habit of posting other artist's work, but I'm sure that every once and a while I'll come across little gems like this. If there are artist's I haven't heard of who are doing something I like, I'll be sure to try and share.

While I'm at it, also check out Norwegian painter Lars Elling.

Sunday, September 26, 2010


I constantly produce odds and ends that aren't really suitable as updates on my website, so I thought I'd get this blog going as an outlet for a lot of the clutter that has been filling my apartment and my mind lately.

Here are two small paintings that a lot of people haven't seen, and a couple of detail shots of two newer works.

Photo Composites Pt. 2

Photo Composites Pt. 1

Studies Pt. 2

Studies Currently on view at J + K Gallery Process Exhibition along with the larger finished paintings which are also up on my website.

Comissions Pt. 1

Sketches for a current commission.

Studies Pt. 1

Planning new paintings.

Randoms Pt. 1

Sketches Pt. 2


Sketches Pt. 1