I have the good fortune to be hanging my work in the Double Tree hotel in Reading during July and August. The body of work I created for this show is representative of everything I have been considering in my painting in recent months. I have found that I am generally what is called a process artist, meaning simply that I appreciate and study the process of making art above all else in my artwork. To further explain, this quote from Helen Van Wyck sums it up for me right now... "It doesn't matter what you paint, it's how you paint it". I love color, the paint itself, elements and principles, brushwork, simply put, the language of art... These 5 paintings represent my latest in my endeavor to convey my own personal language in the art of oil painting. I chose these subject matter because I am drawn to the lines, colors and form of 'things' from the 1950's and 60's. If manufacturers started using the aesthetic of this time I would rejoice and probably... buy everything! So, I ask you to enjoy and please look closely at these paintings... I love the abstract quality my paintings take on when viewing closely. I revel in texture, edges, brush stroke, color and the juiciness of oil paint! If you are interested in purchasing these paintings, please contact me at email@example.com Thank you!
|Blue Chuck Taylors, 24"x36", oil, $1050|
|Green Metallica, 24:x36",oil, $1050|
|It's Not a Bug, 24:x36",oil, $1050|
|Rotary Dial, 24:x36",oil, $1050|
|Schwinn Phantom, 24:x36",oil, $1050|