After a much longer hiatus than planned I’m back! This weekend I worked on a little painting a 6×6” watercolor of a great blue heron on the Astoria waterfront. Look for more work in the coming weeks.
Just logged into my blog and realized it’s been a month since my last post not good for someone who planned to blog regularly. I guess my regularly is monthly instead of weekly. My current project is a watercolor of the White Star Cannery boiler in Astoria, Oregon. I got a basic sketch done […]
Yesterday I got to see the worlds biggest cat painting up close and personal. I first heard about this painting when it went up for auctioning November. My Wife’s Lovers sold in a November auction for $826,000 painted by Austrian artist Carl Kahler around 1893. It weighs 227 pounds, measures 75-inches-by-102-inches. I had imagined this […]
Dear reader let me apologize for not only my lack of January post but for promising you a post that I never delivered on. Today you will get that post. In my last post I promised to show you what I ended up doing as my contribution to the Bathtub Art Museums final show in […]
Happy New Year here in Portland we got an extension to our winter break in the from of snow and ice. From winter wonderland, to ice rink to slushy yuck. So now that I am resolving to do more art and get it out in the world this year. I was reminded by my friend […]
Happy days to you and yours, although I have had busier years I haven’t got much done this month. Christmas was lovely and spent with family, but now that the holidays are over its time to get back to work. I’m not sure how much real work I will get done this month/week but next year/week I resolve […]
This week I have been a bit obsessed with coffee pots if this keeps up I will be drawing coffee pots in my sleep. A large part of my of my body of work is woodblock prints to see some examples of my prints visit my Website. So what is a woodblock print? An artist carves […]
Anyone who has spent much time with me knows I need coffee to be a functioning member of society. So for today’s work I am drawing on what I know, my coffee makers. I once again tackled my Moka Pot, and also decided to draw my French press. Red French Press 12/2/15 Today we […]