I’ve just opened the auction for my most dramatic and successful medium sized resin and acrylic painting so far. It’s called Coastline. The green area has a surface texture that you can see if you look closely (click the image to the left). If you have not seen a resin painting before, they have the quality of stained glass. And as for photographing them… imagine trying to photograph a mirror and capture what the mirror – not the things it reflects – looks like. It’s just about impossible. But I’ve done my best. 🙂
On a personal note, we just got back from a whirlwind trip to my hometown, Seattle. We got to visit family and see my cousin get married. It was so nice to see my family. We also got to eat great food. Pho, Thai, Sushi… And a way too short day through Yellowstone on the way – that’s a picture of my guys at the park entrance. I could love spending a whole season there… If you also follow my representational work, you’ll be seeing paintings of Yellowstone National Park soon.
Works on Paper
I’ve been working with acrylic paint on thick watercolor paper. I love the texture and luminosity of the paint on paper.
I love painting on paper! Good, heavy watercolor paper, that is. The tooth and give are just right… I’d love to know how collectors feel about paper versus canvas. Do you have a preference?