New for Valentine’s Day at Wally Workman Gallery, Austin, Texas
“The Runaways” 40×30 inches, acrylic and watercolor on panel SOLD
The genesis for these came from some watercolor and gouache sketches (experiments rather) that I’ve been playing with for the last couple of years. See the drawing and in progress photos I took along the way…
“The Runaways” graphite on paper, 17×14 inches
in progress photos:
Pictured above is a watercolor box from Kremer Pigmente. I’d like to try out their pan watercolors in the future. Brushes are Escoda Perla and Trekell golden taklon. Paints are various brands including Winsor and Newton, Holbein Irodori Antique, Rublev Natural Pigments and Daniel Smith. Support is Ampersand 2-inch cradled aquabord. Acrylics are Golden Fluid Matte and varnish are Krylon UV Clear Acrylic Coating and Gamblin GamVar.
“Devotion” paintings are now available for sale at Wally Workman Gallery. There are a total of ten oil paintings (four have already sold) and an additional four to eight more works that are watercolor and acrylic mixed media in larger scale.
“The Unforgiven” 8×6 in. oil on panel SOLD
I confess to being behind in getting the images out by now but there were some unforeseen events that have given me detours in the studio. So please be patient as I will be getting those images out in the next two weeks. Meanwhile here are the last oil paintings for the show. They are small paintings of some slightly unhappy and quite endearing individuals.
“The Forsaken” 8×6 inches, oil on panel SOLD