my cupboards are bare

Export to PDF | Export to DOCWhy aren’t there any wet paintings in my drying rack today? I had a client come this morning to pick up the three commissioned pieces I painted for him in August. It looks so empty without those three paintings, but Ron was really excited about them, so I know […]

painting “milk can” (Day 5)

Export to PDF | Export to DOCIt’s the final day of painting “milk can.” I was hoping to finish up within an hour so that I could move onto starting my next painting. Unfortunately, my estimating skills are shamefully inaccurate. Either that, or I’m just getting pickier with my standards. (I do actually think the […]

painting “milk can” (Day 4)

Export to PDF | Export to DOCToday the FUN begins. I finally get to paint the BLUE MILK CAN. The part I’ve been waiting for all week! Here’s my progress on this fourth day of working on the oil painting called “milk can!”

painting “milk can” (Day 3)

Export to PDF | Export to DOCI’m on the third day of my painting called “milk can.” Here’s the photos of what I worked on today… Is anyone else crazy enough to photograph their daily work? E-mail me hour-by-hour photos of your “work” — whatever that may be — and I’ll post the most interesting […]

painting “milk can” (Day 2)

Export to PDF | Export to DOCHere’s photos of my second day of progress working on the commissioned painting called “milk can.”

starting a new painting! (“milk can” Day 1)

Export to PDF | Export to DOCSummer Vacation is over in Greenville South Carolina. That means my son is back in school and I’m back in my Studio! Last week I was hard at work starting the first of three commissioned paintings for a collector of mine. This series is actually inspired by three photos […]