STARTING AT THE STOP IN PAINTING, unlike writing, it is easier to add than to subtract. I often begin a painting with an idea (or a premise, as Al Lachman would say) Continue reading
THE ART OF STORYTELLING PAINTING, for me, is just another form of storytelling. Each brush stroke a word, a phrase, a feeling, a gesture. Each section a sentence, paragraph, or Continue reading
APERTURE SERIES I AM WORKING on some other paintings, but still plumbing the “Apertures” theme. Here are the latest in the series.
APERTURES REVISITED After posting “Aperture 7” and finishing “Aperture 8” last weekend, I felt the series was done. It was fruitful, but enough is enough. So I started painting in Continue reading
PAINTING WITHOUT A NET THIS NEW GROUP of paintings began with an experiment in abstract plein air: instead of drawing my inspiration from the surrounding scene, I focused on my Continue reading