I painted this one a while ago, but I couldn't photograph it until now. They were replacing our roof last week and dropping nails and stuff everywhere, I didn't want to risk taking it outside. Thank goodness they're finally done! A week of pounding was not fun at all.
Oil on canvas, 18x24 inches
Most of the time I hate painting on canvas, but for certain subjects I prefer it, I don't know what it is!
Oil on stretched canvas, 12x24 inches
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My show at Corktree Cellars goes up tomorrow, I'm excited but I'm nervous too. Ever since I found out (8 days ago) I've been painting non stop... large, and non stop. I felt like I was in school again, and I had a cumulative final that I wasn't prepared for at all. But I did manage to finish 5 new large pieces, this is one of them:
I got to see In the Heights at the Pantages Theater in LA this weekend, I feel like I've been waiting forever to see it! It was worth the wait :)
Today's painting is another view of the Carpinteria Salt Marsh, with the sun breaking through the clouds... only two days left of June, hopefully the gloom is almost over!
Oil on cradled panel, 6x12 inches, 3/4" deep
This painting doesn't really portray my usual color palette... the sky is much more pastel-ish than I would usually prefer. But that's how the sky felt that morning, so I guess I can't complain.
Oil on Ampersand Gessobord, 6x6 inches