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watercolor mess
Jul 7, 2014 / 2 notes

watercolor mess

watercolor mess
Jul 7, 2014 / 1 note

watercolor mess

drawing of Maleficent that i did the other night…i can not wait for the movie to come out.
Apr 24, 2014

drawing of Maleficent that i did the other night…i can not wait for the movie to come out.

Apr 24, 2014 / 8 notes
some late night sketching was done the other night
Apr 11, 2014 / 4 notes

some late night sketching was done the other night

Another old piece I did. Had to do inventory for taxes so get ready to head down memory lane.
Mar 21, 2014

Another old piece I did. Had to do inventory for taxes so get ready to head down memory lane.

Found my old painting from high school, this is made with water based oils, I love them.
Mar 10, 2014 / 1 note

Found my old painting from high school, this is made with water based oils, I love them.

Feb 14, 2014 / 2 notes

Some of the photos that I take on my spare time are shown here. I usually take them on my iPhone as I wonder around my daily life. I miss having my camera, but don’t seem to need it that much anymore. Technology is truly amazing. You can see my VSCO profile HERE if you want to see more of my Iphone photography.

A work in progress that I started the other night. It’s called “first cut” this may not be the way it ends up looking once I am done With it so enjoying it like this before I mess it up. Hahah
Feb 14, 2014 / 9 notes

A work in progress that I started the other night. It’s called “first cut” this may not be the way it ends up looking once I am done With it so enjoying it like this before I mess it up. Hahah

Art Talk ::

I know I was curious about the buyer of Francis Bacon’s three panel portrait that was on display at the Portland Art of Museum for a short amount of time, called “Three Studies of Lucian Freud”. It sold for $142.4 million dollars, the most ever paid for a work of art sold at an auction. He buyer was non other than Elaine Pascal Wynn. 

Amazing, is all I can say that people love the arts so much that they would pay that much for a piece of it. It also calls to question the “worth” of art. People always say it is in the “eye of the beholder” and we all know that each of us has a different idea of what any piece should sell for, but I have to say that this has brought me hope for people wanting to save “culture”  in our society. 

I feel like it can be so devoid of it sometimes, and with schools taking away programs such and art, theater, and music from our growing children, it always makes me wonder what kind of world awaits us in the future. 

I can say one thing that I am sure of, I will never stop making art. 

(photo source: From Portland Art Museum’s website)
Jan 19, 2014 / 5 notes

Art Talk ::

I know I was curious about the buyer of Francis Bacon’s three panel portrait that was on display at the Portland Art of Museum for a short amount of time, called “Three Studies of Lucian Freud”. It sold for $142.4 million dollars, the most ever paid for a work of art sold at an auction. He buyer was non other than Elaine Pascal Wynn.

Amazing, is all I can say that people love the arts so much that they would pay that much for a piece of it. It also calls to question the “worth” of art. People always say it is in the “eye of the beholder” and we all know that each of us has a different idea of what any piece should sell for, but I have to say that this has brought me hope for people wanting to save “culture” in our society.

I feel like it can be so devoid of it sometimes, and with schools taking away programs such and art, theater, and music from our growing children, it always makes me wonder what kind of world awaits us in the future.

I can say one thing that I am sure of, I will never stop making art.

(photo source: From Portland Art Museum’s website)