Tagged: painted roses

Vanishing Boundaries

I have been working diligently for months on paintings for a show that I consider one to be of the most important shows in my career yet. I will be showing alongside Mia Bergeron for a two-person figurative show in Charleston at the Robert Lange Studios gallery. Mia Bergeron is one of my favorite portrait […]

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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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Painted Roses: Ispahan Progress Shots

Beside all the plein air painting I’ve been doing, meanwhile at the studio I have been also working away at some more pieces for the Painted Roses series. Those of you who follow me on Instagram saw my most recent effort. I put out a little call before my trip to Los Angeles to see […]

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Painted Roses: New Paintings, New Venue

Hey everyone! I have recently finished a few more pieces in preparation for my solo show at the Epperson Gallery in Crockett, California. The Epperson Gallery is mostly known for showing local landscape painters, specifically the group of colourists known as “The Outsiders.” However, Gerald Epperson, the gallery owner, has decided to the move the […]

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