All the Time in the World / Work in Progress
I’ll be calling this one “All the Time in the World”. It’s a bit challenging but that’s a good thing. Clocks are a subject I’ve worked with over and over again for many years. Rife with symbolism and ideas – it’s an ongoing process to perfect technique. Layers of paint over several days, I keep entering the studio throughout different times of the day and seeing areas that need reworking.
Last chance to get 20% off prints. The sale ends at midnight Pacific Time on Friday, November 30.
. You can all see the prints → here
A new piece, almost complete. It’ll be featured in my March 26 – April 27, 2019 exhibition that will be very heavily on my mind for the next several months.
Underwood Standard Portable Typewriter / 15 x 32 / oil on canvas / 2018
I just finished this commission and now I can start focussing on new paintings for my early spring 2019 solo exhibition in New York City at the George Billis Gallery.
Over at my print shop there is 20% off until the end of November.
. If you look close you might even see some note cards in very limited availability. Check it out → here
For the third year in a row ITOYA has issued a calendar featuring a dozen of my paintings. The calendar is made exclusively for the Japanese market, and ITOYA is in charge of all the sales.
The calendar is large, measuring at 23.5″ x 16.5″ and printed on sturdy, heavy weight paper, the images are big and colorful.
If you’re outside of Japan, try using
tenso.com to import the calendar. You can find the calendar on the ITOYA website here.