New pieces drying

A couple of pieces have been in the works for a while, leaning against the wall or hanging, unframed and unvarnished on the wa

Color opposites are amped in autumn

Orange and turquoise! Yellow and purple! The very air is abuzz with all the rod and cone snapping of color opposites in the fa

Big Summer Show at Parsons

The event of the summer at Parsons Gallery of the West is planned for Saturday, August 7, at 5 p.m. All gallery artists have s

Painting demonstration at Taos Art Supply

Have you ever wondered if people can even consider oil paints that are solvent-free? Historically, we associate oil paints wit

Spectral Shift

Shifting from realism to a shifted spectrum, I make up rules and stick with it. Red=shadow. Blue=highlight. Ramp down the deta

Like a shaggy dough

During the COVID-19 isolation, I’ve watched a lot of videos on how to make no-knead breads, soughdough breads, and flatb

The view from above

I have made a series of paintings that reflect natural shapes that humans create on the landscape – at least in our area. I

Simplification

I am on a mission to simplify my painting. I have become swamped with details and everything has suffered. The paint was dull

Images from space

I have been looking at the work of Richard Diebenkorn as a way to abstract a landscape and I have found myself here: Painting

New Approach to Landscapes

My patron, Robert Parsons, suggested I look at the work of Leo Garel. I was already looking at Dasburg and Diebenkorn, so it w