Posts Tagged: painting

COLD FRONT no. 2

The first Cold Front at Taos Plateau painting sold, so I did another, brighter version using lighter clouds pushing against the cold front intruding from the right. I drive past this view of the Taos Plateau on my excursions north

COLD FRONT no. 2

The first Cold Front at Taos Plateau painting sold, so I did another, brighter version using lighter clouds pushing against the cold front intruding from the right. I drive past this view of the Taos Plateau on my excursions north

VIRGA near PLACITAS

I think this painting reflects what I have been seeing around Santa Fe for an entire month. The rain threatens…lots of noise and wind, but not a drop reaches the ground. VIRGA, rain that evaporates before reaching the ground, is

VIRGA near PLACITAS

I think this painting reflects what I have been seeing around Santa Fe for an entire month. The rain threatens…lots of noise and wind, but not a drop reaches the ground. VIRGA, rain that evaporates before reaching the ground, is

COLD FRONT AT TAOS PLATEAU

This painting was a risk for me. The entire palette is much darker than I usually use. At times, I thought it was too dark, so I continually moved it from my easel to the living room to outside and

COLD FRONT AT TAOS PLATEAU

This painting was a risk for me. The entire palette is much darker than I usually use. At times, I thought it was too dark, so I continually moved it from my easel to the living room to outside and

The Rio Grande at Caballo

This is the second piece I added to the gallery last week. I planned on painting a quiet piece and thought that the dammed up Rio Grande near Caballo fit the bill. Caballo, NM is just south of T or

The Rio Grande at Caballo

This is the second piece I added to the gallery last week. I planned on painting a quiet piece and thought that the dammed up Rio Grande near Caballo fit the bill. Caballo, NM is just south of T or

Waldo Canyon Wind

Waldo Canyon Wind is the painting that sat on my easel for about three days while I contemplated what I needed to do with the sky. I wanted some direction to the clouds, started to place a few and, voila,

Waldo Canyon Wind

Waldo Canyon Wind is the painting that sat on my easel for about three days while I contemplated what I needed to do with the sky. I wanted some direction to the clouds, started to place a few and, voila,

AFTER THE RAIN

It has been a busy two weeks! I started on a horizontal landscape that just didn’t want to cooperate, so I thought I would start another piece and take a break from the first. AFTER THE RAIN is the result.

AFTER THE RAIN

It has been a busy two weeks! I started on a horizontal landscape that just didn’t want to cooperate, so I thought I would start another piece and take a break from the first. AFTER THE RAIN is the result.

ABIQUIU LOWLANDS

Some things don’t go as planned, but take a turn…this time for the better. I began this painting, as I stated in my previous post, with Elephant Butte, NM in mind. It wasn’t quite developing that way, so I let

ABIQUIU LOWLANDS

Some things don’t go as planned, but take a turn…this time for the better. I began this painting, as I stated in my previous post, with Elephant Butte, NM in mind. It wasn’t quite developing that way, so I let

MESA AT THE GALISTEO RIVER

I delivered this piece to the Tapestry Gallery in Madrid, NM last week. It plays well with the others on display. I have been having a good time painting in this narrow horizontal format and it seems to be appeal

MESA AT THE GALISTEO RIVER

I delivered this piece to the Tapestry Gallery in Madrid, NM last week. It plays well with the others on display. I have been having a good time painting in this narrow horizontal format and it seems to be appeal

SUNSET OVER THE JEMEZ

Available at Tapestry Gallery in Madrid, NM, open most afternoons. These are my colors!…from the studio

SUNSET OVER THE JEMEZ

Available at Tapestry Gallery in Madrid, NM, open most afternoons. These are my colors!…from the studio

ANTIBODY…finished

ANTIBODY is the second smaller piece in the COVID series. It is the same size as MUTATION and plays quite well with it…a purposeful consideration. I discovered this canvas when I was “rearranging” my supply closet…I can’t say cleaning out…just

ANTIBODY…finished

ANTIBODY is the second smaller piece in the COVID series. It is the same size as MUTATION and plays quite well with it…a purposeful consideration. I discovered this canvas when I was “rearranging” my supply closet…I can’t say cleaning out…just

VACCINE…finished

This is the second piece in the sub-series of the Covid 19 paintings, one of three 36×36 pieces. The vertical stripe on this one helps to keep the virus out until it reaches the vaccine on the right side of

VACCINE…finished

This is the second piece in the sub-series of the Covid 19 paintings, one of three 36×36 pieces. The vertical stripe on this one helps to keep the virus out until it reaches the vaccine on the right side of

ISOLATION…finished

This piece is finally complete as part of the Covid series. I was having a difficult time placing the text…where, what font, what color…so it took a while. Keeping the letters smaller and more formal seemed to do the trick.

ISOLATION…finished

This piece is finally complete as part of the Covid series. I was having a difficult time placing the text…where, what font, what color…so it took a while. Keeping the letters smaller and more formal seemed to do the trick.

QUARANTINE….complete

QUARANTINE is painting number 4 in the Covid series. This piece is the first in a pre-planned sequence. Playtime is over and I am following a more structured plan for this series. I have three 36 inch square canvases that

QUARANTINE….complete

QUARANTINE is painting number 4 in the Covid series. This piece is the first in a pre-planned sequence. Playtime is over and I am following a more structured plan for this series. I have three 36 inch square canvases that

MUTATION…complete

I continue to work on this series and completed this piece a few days ago. It is the smallest canvas so far, and started out as an experimental piece…how to letter, how to represent the virus, etc. As I worked

MUTATION…complete

I continue to work on this series and completed this piece a few days ago. It is the smallest canvas so far, and started out as an experimental piece…how to letter, how to represent the virus, etc. As I worked

In One Direction

I chose to paint this week because I have a direction for a series…Covid 19. I plan to paint six to ten pieces expressing different facets of this pandemic, more emotional than literal. Some pieces will remain untitled until I

In One Direction

I chose to paint this week because I have a direction for a series…Covid 19. I plan to paint six to ten pieces expressing different facets of this pandemic, more emotional than literal. Some pieces will remain untitled until I

In a Quandary

I am in a quandary. As you know, I love to paint, but I also have found great pleasure in working with textiles again. And loving to paint also works into the fabric sculptures because I paint the fabric. Yes,

In a Quandary

I am in a quandary. As you know, I love to paint, but I also have found great pleasure in working with textiles again. And loving to paint also works into the fabric sculptures because I paint the fabric. Yes,

Einstein

EINSTEIN…acrylic on canvas…24×8

Einstein

EINSTEIN…acrylic on canvas…24×8

Experimenting with the Boxes

I finished my first piece using the many boxes I folded and painted. I wanted to complete a piece to test my concept and to work out the technical aspects of putting it all together. I wanted to test color…do

Experimenting with the Boxes

I finished my first piece using the many boxes I folded and painted. I wanted to complete a piece to test my concept and to work out the technical aspects of putting it all together. I wanted to test color…do

A Good Year

It has been a very good year and I am grateful. I thank each of you who took home one of my paintings as a reminder of your visit to New Mexico. Have a happy and healthy 2020! …..from the

A Good Year

It has been a very good year and I am grateful. I thank each of you who took home one of my paintings as a reminder of your visit to New Mexico. Have a happy and healthy 2020! …..from the

When Galleries Collide

The NEW Tapestry Gallery celebration, “When Galleries Collide”, scheduled for Friday, may be impacted by the weather. Although it is a few days away, the forecast is for three winter storms barreling through New Mexico from Wednesday evening through Friday.

When Galleries Collide

The NEW Tapestry Gallery celebration, “When Galleries Collide”, scheduled for Friday, may be impacted by the weather. Although it is a few days away, the forecast is for three winter storms barreling through New Mexico from Wednesday evening through Friday.