I’m pleased to announce I’ll be returning for another year of live painting to Imagine. This is a wonderful little festival that takes place at Doe Bay on Orcas Island. Great music, people and art. What more could you ask for, really?
Tidewater, here I come!
I'm super excited to announce that I will be joining the live-paining crew at Beloved this year. I'll be up on the painting stage creating something new and exciting from scratch. You'll also be able to find a few works for sale in the gallery as well as merchandise in the store. I even have a new surprise item I'm working hard to finish just in time for the event.
It's a real honor to be included in such a beautiful festival among so many creative and loving souls. Seriously, I can't wait!
I'm very excited to be joining forces again this year with the folks at Imagine. I'll be painting under a tree somewhere and sharing some work in the gallery too! This is has been a highlight of my summer the last two years and I'm looking forward to making it a trilogy. And look at this beautiful art by Collin Elder!
It was an honor to be apart of the stellar cast of creative souls at Lucidity this year. I made this little video walk-through in an attempt to capture at least a vague memory of what it was like... This was such a well put together gallery, really. Thank you all who were involved in making it happen. I'm looking forward to next year.
My first experience at Lucidity in Santa Barbra was really really epic. What a magical gathering of beautiful people. I made so many new friends and started a couple new paintings that I hope to finish in the coming weeks.
Here is a peak at one of them that a friend captured with this beautiful photo. This painting is a tribute to the Sun, spring time and the renewal of life as a new cycle begins, and life springs forward after a period of dormancy.
Last night I painted at another EntsInTents event, Bloom! We set up in the old Roq La Rue building on 2nd and Bell and brought in 6 other painters and their art for the evening. I had started with an large circular birch board, a live painting from last year that I decided to paint over...after about 5 hours of steady work I think I like the new direction and plan to finish this in the studio, hopefully in the next few weeks.