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
This week I started my newest painting featuring Toledo, Spain. I visited there in 2012 and was moved by its hilltop setting, its distinct architecture, and the fact that Toledo was the adopted home town of El Greco, one of my favorite painters. Unlike cloudscapes, cityscape paintings require a bit more thought and planning before adding color as evidenced in the photo and time lapse below.
What a weekend in Beverly Hills! Happy to have been juried into the Fall 2014 edition of Southern California's largest, and longest running, art fair. Great crowds all weekend, and great artists all around. Enjoy some of the scenes from the show here.
|Ready to unwrap in Beverly Hills.|
|Proud Painter. Majestic Madrid.|
More About This Painting HERE.
|Cities. (L-R) LA Dawn, Madrid, LA Dusk.|
|Booth View 1|
|Booth View II, featuring "Aero 11A (Freeway)" and "Aero 11C (SFO Descent)".|
|Skies. Selections from the Aero Series.|
|Fans & Friends!|
|Cloudscapes and Aerial Mountain Views.|
|Family! With my sister, Terri, and "Madrid No. 1".|
|LA Skyline (Dusk) No. 1|
Archival pigment print on canvas.
The cityscape that launched them all.
|With friends Cveti and Alissa. |
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