Friday, March 01, 2013

Sunbeam Mixer No.2: Complete

Sunbeam Mixer No.2   |   24 x 24   |   Oil on panel


























Well, it took more than a few days to finish up the mixer. It took nine more days to be exact. Some days I'd cover a lot of ground and on others I'd spend the entire day working on a section about 3 inches square. It was a fun painting, and honestly I wasn't in a hurry to be done with it. I think I'll flip it around and paint the other side one day. The opposite side is a little different with a cool cap on the end of the body. When this has dried and been varnished I'll be sending it up to Rehs Galleries Inc in New York. 

My wife Karen and I will be sharing the spotlight this fall in a two person show at Tree's Place Gallery. I'm looking forward to doing a show together again. I plan to have some of my standards, but I've also been busy scouring ebay for cool props, and have acquired a bunch of new stuff to paint. I hope some/all of them prove to be popular subjects. I'll be spending the next week or so working on  photography, so I won't be posting much to Blogger or FaceBook. 

See you when I get back to my easel.


8 comments:

Chunbum Park said...

this is really wonderful! sorry to hear you won't be painting for a while

Karin Jurick said...

Good God - this painting is amazing.

Randall Cogburn said...

Wow, awesome detail, looks spic and span to me. The reflections are awesome.

~Randall

Gexton said...

This is beautiful. Really enjoyed catching up with your blog. What a great painting. There were so many amazing views - I could have painted many more too
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Marike Kleynscheldt Art said...

Your work is so precise and meticulous, I really admire your patience and talent! Beautiful work!

Carolyn Valcourt said...

Carolyn Valcourt Fine Pencil Artist
What talent! What a gift God has poured out to you. Have you tried Motorcycles??????

James Neil Hollingsworth said...

I've got some photography of motorcycles, but haven't tried one yet. One of these days.

Sophie Breton said...

Stellar Work!