Thursday, December 13, 2018

Tracy Miller Gallery

This is the most recent painting sold by Tracy Miller at her gallery in Manitou Springs, Colorado. I have shown work there since 2015-ish. Tracy has decided to close the gallery and concentrate on her own work. It was a good experience and thanks to Tracy for having me and working so hard on my and all of her artists' behalf.

This is "Jackrabbit and Rocks", 24 by 18 inches, acrylic on canvas.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

New Year

These drawings are framed up and ready to go to Copper Moon Gallery in Taos, NM.
These images are used on the gallery holiday card. "New Bird" and "New Flower", ink and watercolor on paper, each 9 by 12 inches.

Monday, November 26, 2018


I haven't taken care of this blog in a long time, but I want to get back to it. There has been a lot of cool stuff happening since I last wrote, successful one person shows, acceptance into published books, lots of art made.

I will try to catch everything up, but it will take awhile and probably will take the form of "Flashback Friday" or something like that. I don't know if anyone reads this, but it doesn't matter, I'm putting it out there anyway.

But for now, two of my paintings will be in the Bath House Cultural Center's new exhibition, "Second Seating" opening this Saturday, 7 - 9pm, December 1. This is a link to the invitation.

They are "Small Plump Rocker" and "Small Slim Rocker" each 7 by 5 inches, acrylic on panel. The show is about chairs, and idea by and curated by sculptor Terri Stone. I have always, even since by tiny childhood, preferred rocking chairs. I had a small one when I was a kid, and I have four now, one outdoors.