Tagged: Art Shows

New “Painted Roses” Series Paintings + The Safehouse Show VI: The Rooster Show

Hey everyone! As you can see, I’ve been really busy working on a lot of things, so I’ve been updating a lot more lately. I would normally space these posts out a bit, but there is a reason to get these out at this time. I am participating in a number of group shows very […]

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Randy Higbee Gallery – 6 Inch Squared Show 2012 – Landscape Paintings

It’s that time of the year where all of us fine art painters break out the the small canvases and do our best to create little jewels for the holiday season. Small works are popular, well really any time of the year, but in the spirit of gift giving they become even more popular for […]

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“Of The Occident” A Figurative Show in Calistoga, CA.

Hey everyone! As you saw in the last post, the plein air season is pretty much over for the majority of us California-based artists. For me, that means I am hunkering down in the studio to paint female figures as I love to do. Being the mentally restless person I am, I was starting to […]

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Yesterday and Today: Looking To The Past In A Group Show

Beginning October 7th, the new Christopher Queen Gallery will be having a show with a very interesting concept. If you’ve ever visited their website, you would have seem that they show many Early California painters.  For this show the gallery asked us participating artists to create a piece of art based on an inspiring piece of […]

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A Trip Through Oregon – Pacific Northwest Plein Air 2012

A place I love to stop and take in is the Humboldt Lagoons area. It is right on the coast, but it is separated from the ocean by thin strips of land. I did a quick study which I will develop into a finished painting soon. Along my road trip north I stopped at False […]

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