Monday, August 10, 2009


oil on gallery wrap canvas
16'' x 20"

And last, but not least, this vintage automobile, I titled simply Chevrolet. The painting has made the rounds, and still not found a home. If fate deems that I wind up keeping it, that's okay, because I really like it. A lot.
The pool balls are finished, and I'll post the completed image tomorrow. I think it turned out pretty cool. Painting that large was definitely a new experience. In the scheme of things, 24 x 24 isn't really all that big, but it was a leap for me. I couldn't help but wonder, "how much larger could I go with something like this"? I suppose I should wait, and see how it's received before I jump in with both feet.
Today I'll be working on the Cherries, followed by either group of ebay paintings, or the reflective piece for Wynne/Falconer. If you'd like to take part in the auction for the painting above, you can place a bid by clicking here.


Michael Naples said...

This one is my all-time favorite painting of yours. I saw it early on and remember you saying something about being in the mood of an array of subtle values when painting it. Well you hit the hammer on the head. I wish this one could hang in my studio. Best of luck.

Carol H. said...

I can't believe that this has not sold! It's gorgeous! The only thing I can think is that the people who buy art with an automotive subject don't usually hang out on art sites, but if you tried marketing it on an automotive board (like a Chevy club) I bet it would sell quickly.

Delilah said...

Wonderful painting