These two paintings were painted at the same time. I enjoyed the beautiful loose sketching and crazy add ons of acrylic splashes. These two paintings are amazing in person and as one observant art lover told me, "They look like stone!"
These paintings are both part of my "Neutral Zone" series and are headed to Telluride, Colorado for the film festival Labor Day weekend.
Barely There Bear is by far one of my favorite paintings! This artwork is packed full of energy and emotion with chaotic brushstrokes. "Barely There Bear" will be headed to Telluride to Elinoff Gallery.
I photographed this bear at during our trip to Yellowstone. This bear was on the search for a meal. AWESOME!!
This collector decided to change the horse from black to grey, which I believe was a wise decision. I always give the collector the honor of titling the painting, and their choice for this painting was "Fin".
I am loving these black and white paintings from my "Neutral Zone" series. Such intensity and motion with a contemporary flair. Excited to produce more works of this nature.
48 x 40 Inches Oil Palette Knife Horse Painting On Canvas
Graceful Beauty Close Up
This painting was fun! I really enjoyed working with the neutral colors and manipulating the palette knife to create beautiful texture. This painting is hanging in my living room and I'm in no hurry to part with it :)
I was asked to paint wall murals for The Denver Broncos Booster Club Facility. This is the second painting so far! I really enjoyed this painting, measuring, calculating and laying the base colors. The best part, however, is the splashing of paint. I am extremely happy with the outcome of this mural! Needless to say, I managed to remove layers of paint from my hair that night with olive oil and three shampoos later :)
Close Up Of Colorado State Flag Mural
Here is a close up of the abstracted "C" in the mural. Fun Colors, Splashes, Motion, And Energy!!
The facility owners are extremely happy and excited!
Hmmm.. What To Paint And How To Execute Such A Large Painting.
This wall measures 26 ft by 12 ft. It is drywall and taped with no texture.
There will be a stage built in front of this mural, so I decided to frame the mural with black paint. I then proceeded to paint the mural. Up and down the ladder and on the scaffolding hundreds of times, and Va Va Va Voom! The painting is complete. An abstract version of Downtown Denver with a firey sunset completed this epic sized painting!
Here you can get a perspective of the massive abstract painting of Denver, Colorado!