April 9th 2016
Sacramento 1931 L Street Sacramento
Come on in and stop by!
Gallery will be open until 10pm
The Kennedy Gallery texted me that one of my old paintings, “Whitney Ranch” sold. This was a special painting for me in that I completed it during my Graduate studies. It was one of the first paintings that got me excited about the possibility of looser more impressionistic work.
Always good news to sell a painting. We have a saying at the Kennedy Gallery, “Everything Sells Eventually.” I want to thank the Sacramento community for their support of my work!
While, I am currently out of stock of prints, I will be getting some more made. If you see a painting that you would like a print of like or comment on it.
#whitney ranch, #rocklin, #painting, #landscape
Sometimes in life we all have to refine. (Who am I kidding? It’s most of the time!) Spent some time simplifying and refining the site. Hope you like the direction it is moving in. I chose to simplify where I could, yet still provide the content that I am passionate about. Thanks for all your comments and encouragement!
Thank you to Russell Keeter and Roberto Lupetti for their countless hours of instruction.
Since the dawn of time drawing has held a mystical place in human societies. The communication of a line that evolves into an image has created narratives throughout history. Thousands of years ago there were the paintings of Lascaux. The Egyptian Hieroglyphs communicated human form and narrative that must have been the equivalent of movies that we see today. It is now the 21st century; we have web pages, 3d printing and discussions of quantum space. Drawings are present in all of these.