Still on the easel, this is a picture that began as a fall foliage, bright painting. After a big storm, the leaves fell off the tree before I could finish it. When I got back to the studio I decided to use as reference one of the night sketches I painted on site, darkening [...]
I haven’t done much still life work over the past few years, though before starting to paint outdoors I used to paint a good deal of still life. As I’m starting to set up a large still life for a commission, I’ve been looking back on some of my earlier work, and thought it would [...]
A few upcoming exhibitions-
-Opening November 15th, the painting above “Looking East, Waltham” will be on exhibition at CONVERGE in NYC at 25CPW. Converge is curated by Allison Malafronte and looks to be a show that will spark some interesting dialogue. Read more about it here.
-I’ll again participate [...]
I’ve been real busy at the studio recently, trying to get the place finished, so I haven’t had a ton of time to do much here on the site…so, in the meantime, here are some recent efforts. Between searching for a studio, getting married, and moving, I haven’t had a great deal of time to [...]
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