I’ve got several of these smaller paintings (sealed with resin) that are on a thinner substrate (wood panel, masonite, etc). I’m thinking these will be more like an inlay for a bigger project. I like how these are coming along.
The following works are on view (and available for purchase. unless noted otherwise) at Scattoloni Bakery (formerly known as Foley’s) in downtown Portland, Maine, through April 30th*:
“Composition #1” 2017
“Composition #21” 2017
“Composition #2” 2017
“Composition #15” 2017-18
“The Beat” 2018
“Composition #30” 2017
“Stereo Blast” 2017 (NFS)
“Sea Soul” 2019 (NFS)
“Tea Time” 2012
Please go see the pieces in person. You really get a better sense of the metallics, iridescence, glitter, shimmer, and shine that pictures just can’t do justice. There are 15 pieces on view at the bakery, and 13/15 are for sale. They’ll process the sale right there are the bakery counter. A price list is featured on the wall, and business cards are available. The bakery has WONDERFUL, delicious pastries both savory and sweet, and also vegan. Check it all out and enjoy!
*I will have art work at the bakery through at least the end of April. Artworks that are sold will be replaced with a new piece. So, there is a possibility to see more art!
I needed a new desk, so in January I went to Target and picked out something that better suited my needs. I wanted to freshen it up and get creative with the top of the desk.
I painted the body of the desk white, and decided to do a flow painting over the top using acrylic and oil paint, followed by clear resin.
I'm extremely pleased with the results. It’s just the right vibe I wanted for this desk/space: something light, gentle, and inspiring.