playtime

Crow Moon Waning – 24×30

This is the painting I was planning to do at Whistler two weekends ago. When road conditions and other issues cancelled it I spent the weekend at home finishing it up.

Web of Shadows – 8×10

It’s definitely been playtime for me in the past couple of weeks. I’ve been experimenting with mixed media and different interpretations of some themes I’ve been working on for a few months. Sometimes it feels like I’m banging my head against the wall.

The little panel to the right hosted three completely different diastrous paintings before I did this one, at the end of a long and frustrating day. I’m glad I tried just one more attempt because it inspired me to paint these two small panels:

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2 thoughts on “playtime

  1. David G

    Once again, I would suggest you get into designing leaded glass works, like new homes, municipal buildings, or church windows, etc. The panels are perfect designs for that sort of art. Otherwise, they are all ‘cool’ in every sense. Do you have any friends in architecture, or other structural fields related to windows ?

    To see what I mean, next time you’re in Vancouver, check out Christ Church Cathedral at Georgia and Burrard. They have a new bell tower with illuminated glass work in it, and the west window on Georgia Street side of the building is fairly new also. Both have very contemporary designs to admire.

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