This blog is my portfolio of artwork, a journal about my process of making art...and the things that I have no words for...


Sunday, December 13, 2009

A busy day...

Bones of the Earth, Molten Ore, (Star) 12/13/2009, acrylic monotype, sumi paper on canvas, 9 x 9 inches

A wintery mix outside today...inside...well, a mix of this, a mix of that, I turned on the music and let the paint fly...many of these were posted in their early stages on my November 29th post...many have evolved into something completely different from what I started with...


Ice Nocturne, Elemental December, 12/13/2009, acrylic monotype, sumi paper and 2 ply mat board on canvas, 12 x 12 inches



Bones of the Earth, 12/13/2009, acrylic monotype, sumi paper on canvas, 9 x 9 inches



Bones of the Earth, 12/13/2009, acrylic monotype, sumi paper on canvas, 12 x 12 inches



Bones of the Earth, Fieldstone, 12/13/2009, acrylic monotype, sumi paper and 2 ply mat board on canvas, 4 x 4 inches (It's sooooo little!)


Bones of the Earth, 12/13/2009, acrylic monotype, sumi paper on canvas, 9 x 9 inches



This one isn't quite done yet...almost...I really love to keep it simple...

My choice of music today was an eclectic mix, Patty Smith, Florence and the Machine, Moby, Bob Dylan, Tracy Bonham, Beatles, Metric, Mute Math, Balbec, and then I listened to all four discs of Woodstock... Okay with that said...imagine painting that red one with Jimi Hendricks jamming the Star Spangled Banner? (Yes, it was awesome.)

Today was awesome.

4 comments:

layers said...

I just simply love your textures in your pieces-- they really remind of outside in the woods or on the pavement

Sharmon Davidson said...

Wow! you've been busy! I love the earthy feeling of these, as if they're ancient artifacts unearthed in an archeological dig.

merci33 said...

These are stunning! I want you to come and demonstrate to my students what it means to allow the work to carry you where it will...with obvious confidence and skill that only comes from the diving in...this is a magnificent series...can only imagine what the real versus digital experience offers.

Curio said...

Awesome days lead to awesome work! Awesome!