I am very honored that Southwest Art Magazine featured my work in their May 2020 issue! Please enjoy reading the linked article Southwest Art Magazine – Artists to Watch .
This September my painting “Late Afternoon Still Life” will be included in the American Impressionist Society 20th Annual National Juried Exhibition in New York City. The work was used as part of the promotion in Southwest Art Magazine. Here is a
Over this summer I spent some time painting still lifes both indoors and outdoors. For me, capturing the effect of light outdoors was a particular challenge in my still life painting. Typically when working indoors, an artist has time to
Below is a group of still life studies based on Henry Henche’s “block studies.” These images include studies of similar objects painted with either indoor or outdoor light. Notice how the light affects both the color and the edges of
I was very excited to receive the Second in Oil Award at Scottsdale Artits’ School’s 2018 Best and Brightest Show for my painting of “John”. Judges: Johanna Harmon, Ray Roberts, and John Poon.
I love painting Still Lifes because it gives me a way to work directly from life. I am hoping to continue to use still life painting to info all areas of my work.
We were met with heavy rain and wind when we arrived at the Arizona Nordic Village cabin in early December. My goal to paint the snow season was on hold. As the night progressed, the wind refused to back down.
This past March I was fortunate enough to take Ned Mueller’s workshop at the Scottsdale Artists’ School. My primary goal in the workshop was to get a better grasp on color. Following the workshop I read Richard Schmid’s book
I recently read Alla Prima 2, which suggests that the best way to understand how to paint is to look at an artist’s studies. This statement really made an impression on me. Not only is it informative to artists, but
Here is a quick post to share a gallery of Nocturne Paintings I am working on.