Tagged: oil painting

Gallery Rejects, Part 1: Switching Concepts.

Hey everyone! First of all, I want to say, it’s a huge distinction for me to be invited to the show I am going to promote here. I don’t want this post to be taken in any negative way whatsoever, rather just to highlight and analyze a problem you might come across as an artist. […]

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North VS South…

Hey everyone, sorry it’s been a little while since I last updated. I’ve been very busy creating new paintings for upcoming shows. I will have plenty of updates in the next few months, so sit tight for those. Here is one I am squeezing in  just in the nick of time for an upcoming show. […]

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Sonoma Plein Air 2013: The Triumphant Newcomer

Literally the day after getting home from Mendocino, I started the Sonoma Plein Air event. The idea was to use Mendocino as a warm-up. Day 1 Canvases are stamped early in Sonoma. Once I checked in, it was time to decide where to go. Indecision is the hidden enemy of the plein air event. If […]

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Mendocino Open Paint Out 2013 Recap

It’s literally the night I got home from Mendocino after painting. I am about to go to bed and wake up to start painting in Sonoma in the morning. I want to do this quick recap before I spend the whole week painting my butt off with no time to write this before I finish […]

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Sierra Pack Trip 2013: Lake Ediza

Last week was one of the best times I’ve had in a really long while. At the last-minute, I was able to get a spot with this group that included Paul Kratter, Pixar artists Bill Cone and Ernesto Nemesio, Julia Lundman, Eric Merrell, Jeff Horn, and Michele De Branganca. Every year, this group makes a mid-August trip to […]

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