I've tried to stay busy and keep up the momentum with painting. This week I have seven paintings to talk about. The first and most recent is the submission for THE SHOW, "Bank Noir II", which won an Honorable Mention Award. It was a great show with amazing local work. Very proud to be a part of this.
My second painting is a demo that I did at the Governor's School for the Arts. Great group of kids that are quick learners. We discussed painting and drawing techniques when drawing from life. Teaching them for the afternoon was a blast.
I was very happy to learn that my Pittsburgh Street Light" sold at the Randy Higbee 6 Squared Show! I looked online at all the entries and it was amazing to see all the great work. Looking forward to next years, and I should have more than one painting to submit next year.
Got outside to paint plein air and even though it a couple of storm fronts pushed through, staying inside the truck, I managed to get a fun painting of a spot I had my eye on for sometime.
The Norfolk Drawing Group had it's painting night and I think I got a good one done and was able to incorporate more paint into the canvas than I had been previously.
My "Night Boat" is still a work in progress, I hope to finish it soon.
And if that wasn't enough, I got to play around with painting digitally on a Wacom and ArtRage this week for a super quick demo.