The Making of San Francisco No. 6

If you're like me, you love looking at art. I'm almost as equally interested in seeing how things get made. Today I'm sharing a video showing the ebbs and flows of my recent painting featuring Telegraph Hill in San Francisco. After watching the progression, see details up close at San Francisco No. 6

New from the studio of Reyes Fine Art, this time lapse video captures the key stages in the evolution of a cityscape painting featuring Telegraph Hill in San Francisco. From ink drawing to final realized cityscape, witness the color and composition changes firsthand.

The Biggest and Best of "Cities & Skies"

The art shows I've been doing all summer long by the Plaza in downtown Santa Fe have been building to this Labor Day Weekend. For the first time in New Mexico, cityscapes from my Urbanica Series will unite with cloudscapes from the Aero Series. It's been a labor of love creating all these artworks so it's fitting that they come together this Labor Day.

See RFA This Labor Day HERE

Madrid No. 2 | Madrid No. 1

Madrid No. 2 | Madrid No. 1

Santa Fe Sky, No. 3 | Aero No. 34 | Aero No. 32

Santa Fe Sky, No. 3 | Aero No. 34 | Aero No. 32

Closeups. Top Row (L–R): Madrid No. 1 | Barcelona No. 1 | Madrid No. 2 Bottom Row (L–R): Santa Fe Sky No. 3 | Angeles Sky | Santa Fe Sky No. 1

Closeups.
Top Row (L–R): Madrid No. 1 | Barcelona No. 1 | Madrid No. 2
Bottom Row (L–R): Santa Fe Sky No. 3 | Angeles Sky | Santa Fe Sky No. 1

Bringing The Big City To Santa Fe

What a weekend! My cityscape paintings made their debut in Santa Fe with the Santa Fe Society of Artists. I was thrilled with the response, especially the purchase of "New York No. 3" by a lovely family visiting from Baltimore. I even got the chance to paint live over the weekend and make progress on a new San Francisco cityscape. Enjoy the show!

The Reyes Fine Art Cityscape Show on display in Santa Fe.

Cityscapes Take Center Stage in Santa Fe

As part of the Santa Fe Society of Artists Summer Season, I will be exhibiting my cityscape paintings inspired by destinations across the U.S. and Europe. The show runs Saturday, July 16 from 9AM - 5:30PM and Sunday, July 17 at the same hours.

The Clouds Open Up At "The Sky Show"

"The Sky Show" marks my first exhibition in New Mexico since relocating here last year. The show opened April 1 and runs through May 4 at one of Santa Fe's most popular establishments, Counter Culture Cafe. The show features 27 cloudscapes, skyscapes, and aerial views of all colors and sizes in a variety of media.

Huge thanks to Counter Culture owner, Jason Aufrichtig, for the opportunity to get my feet wet in the Santa Fe art scene and to all the friends and new collectors who supported the show. Special thanks to my wife, Rachel, for her tireless belief in me and my work. Scenes from Opening Night (including 8 red dots!) are here for your viewing pleasure.

This place is bustling pretty much every day and it happens to be my favorite restaurant in Santa Fe!

The feature walls of "The Sky Show"

Me with Counter Culture owner, Jason, and the latest addition to his art collection, Aero No. 13

Olivia and Vicki checking out the skies!

Rachel and me. :)