I am excited to share my first ever foray into semi-semi-pro writing. Jon Schindehette over at his ArtOrder blog recently put out a call for guest writers to help lighten his workload and I decided to respond. You can see the results Here:
Please go check it out and let me know what you think! I had a wonderful time writing it.
And now it's time to share a few new pieces I'm working on:
This piece is for a show going up in May: Replanting the Garden. All pieces are works that were inspired by Heironymous Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delight's. I wanted to try something different so I chose a very simple and quiet composition of Eve taming the snake. The curator is the same man who commissioned my Richard portrait for his show at the Shelburne Museum so I think this is going to be a good one. I also quite like the color studies I did for the piece:
You'll have to wait until the painting's finished to see which one I chose. Lastly is a drawing I am very excited to start painting:
Very much inspired by the charcoal drawings of Charles Vess. I haven't done a nice, woodsy scene in a while and I am really looking forward to it.
Lastly I am very pleased to announce that the aforementioned Richard painting has been accepted into this year's Spectrum annual!
This is such a huge honor, and I still can't quite believe that I got in.
Read what Richard Saja, the curator, had to say about the piece in his show here:
Last, but not least, Marc Scheff posted a lovely review of my Zebrulu piece on his blog:
Go check them out!