Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Large painting in Abstract Show

Here I am in front of my large "grid" abstract in the Evergreen Association of Fine Arts juried abstract exhibit, at the Seattle Design Center. Show will run for two months starting March 3rd. I had two smaller works juried into the show but this wall is the executive wall for the group's board members. It's a perk for all the hours of work we put into making the group a success. This work is the largest in the current show at 4' by 5' and barely fit into my car. I should have a new luggage rack by the time I need to take the painting home (unless someone buys it in the meantime) so trip home should be easier.  

Cold and Hot

Here are a few small recent paintings. One is a Northwest snow mountain scene. In contrast, I've added a couple of warm Caribbean scenes from a recent cruise. Must be an 80 degree temperature difference shown. 

The Caribbean trip was great but not as many scenic spots this time around, so fewer works will result. The ship is the Eurodam, from Holland America, as seen from Half Moon Cay beach. The other is the beach itself from across the bay.