Wow, March flew by. My solo show at the Parrott Gallery ran through the month of March and today it’s down and I’m picking up the unsold pieces, some to be displayed elsewhere, others to be stored for future shows. And I’m well underway with a new series of paintings, a little looser, a little different in color palette. Should be a lot of fun.
This painting “A Letter Home”; acrylic; graphite, charcoal; 40″ x 30″ sold at the show opening. The opening was enjoyable – lots of people, much conversation, people I hadn’t seen in years – and a couple of people cried when they looked at my paintings. Amazing how art can appeal on such an emotional level. And, by the way, they were sad tears, but good tears.
Couple of new directions for me in the next months. More later.