Three of the new paintings that will be on display at the Hyde Park Square Art Show this Sunday (October 3) in Cincinnati. If you like them online, you’ll LOVE them in person!
I switched to a larger plate size for my monotypes. With a printed surface of 8”x10” I’m able to create more complicated monotypes.
As always, this work is for sale. You can buy with archival matting in a handmade (by the artist) frame for $140 or unframed for $70
Also, last weekend I participated in the Lake Waynoka Paint Out. Here’s a 1 minute video:
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I have been busy pushing ink through the press, and wanted to give you folks a chance to see what is coming out.
Here’s a short video of my latest/greatest coming through the press:
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Sorry for taking so long to write an update. June is my one of my busiest months, and it’s hard to sit still and write.
I want to thank everyone who came out to support me at my different events (you know who you are!). I’m living my dream, and you all make it possible.
Saturday, I took my press to Berea for a demonstration of monotype printmaking at the Kentucky Artisan Center At Berea.
If you are ever traveling down I-75, be sure to stop. The state-run facility showcases Kentucky artists and craftsmen.
It really makes me proud to be a Kentucky artist. It’s refreshing to see a government program created to promote it’s local artists/craftsmen.
here are a few more monotypes created during the demo:
Thanks again to the folks who came to watch me and the press. And a special thanks to Gwen Heffner at the Artisan Center for the photographs.
Also, The truck full of dogs monotype is sold!