As my artist's statement explains, my work is utterly incomprehensible and is therefore full of deep significance. -- Calvin and Hobbes

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

What do they look like when we aren't there?

On the easel this week..(lord knows why I have a compulsion to show you unfinished paintings)

Well, you know, if you find a friend to be absent from their normal course of play, they are up to no good. Such may be the case with me, but you'll never know for sure. I'm sure the truth behind my lack of blogging lies somewhere between "OMG, writing a novel in a month wore me the f*#k out" and "I looooove my new studio so much, that being there with no computer to distract me is possibly the best decision I have ever made (creatively)." Also, not to mention "the Internets was sucking me dry."

I missed you though. So, now that I got all that out of the way, and I'm actually producing again, I can say that with painting always comes blogging, cuz I gotta show you what I'm up to!

I've finally gotten started on my new large scale series inspired by Las Vegas. My observations of what the Real American Dream looks like. The gritty, the winners, the losers, the regular city that most people don't notice. Beautiful People and Shiny Objects...Can you tell I still haven't nailed the name of the show yet? Whatever. I have 15 pieces planned, hopefully more. I hope to show in the early Fall 2011.

I'm off to paint in my groovy studio so I can continue to frote WR Jones.

1 comment:

  1. Can't wait to see more! I know what you mean about the computer. I limit my time (like you would a child) at my studio. If not, I spend way too much time away from my work!


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