Komodos, inspired by my New York Friend. Komodos like their space, they need solitude, but they can mate for life when they find that special one.
I painted this garage before, but I really like the summer shadows. Especially now since it’s April 1 and it’s snowing here..
More N.E. Minneapolis garage shadows. Kind of monochromatic.
Yellow Garage In The Snow. Kind of cute but the style reminds me of some artist out of the ’30s or something.
No name yet.. Had a couple suggestions though. Acrylic and crayon, 23x30” or so
Black Door, painted in 2014. Acrylic on paper.
This new work is called Free Flowing. I like the bold colors in this painting. I felt as if I wanted to do more but I’m going to keep it this way for now. It is about 23”x22”
Ah yes, another re-do. How many months did I look at it and hate it? I think it works now. I like the orderly squares and the breezy crayon strokes to contrast. 30” x 23”.
A small vase of tulips.
A new series, Garage Shadows. Small, around 4”x4”. I like to walk down alleys and look at the shadows. They’re almost abstract in that they’re shapes and planes. I think they’re going to be really nice.
Haley Hammerhead. She has such a lovely smile, and has no idea she’s homely and very scary. Prints of all of my children’s series paintings are all for sale on my Etsy shop.
Gèrard the Squirrel and Astrid the Penguin, two in my series of animal paintings. I am selling prints of all of them on my Etsy site.
This is Larry Lemur, one of my series of animal paintings. Prints of Larry are for sale on my Etsy site.
I’m doing some small prints for Etsy. Matted, printed on archival paper, 5X7 and 8x10.” I plan on doing several so you can collect them all!
What it was and what it is
This is a re-vamped version of a painting I didn’t like. I added burnt sienna and orange after taking down all the colors by washing it in the sink. Pays to have heavy watercolor paper!