“Silence of Nowhere” — my latest series, still ongoing, of the inbetween, in limbo, etc. Landscapes, seascapes, people… Some of these are parts of 2 panels…like frames of a film (not all pictured here).
Landscapes are a new adventure for me, and a solace. They should mirror the inscape, not just add to the canon of pretty-pretty. Some of these paintings are a combination chalk pastel and acrylic and ink.
Moving into my attic studio for the winter, crowded with old discarded paintings and storage items.
Still, it’s a place to work, yeah. And it’s time for me to post new beginnings! Some from my pool-hall series, one attempt at a landscape, a continuation of my Family series. “Valentine” is one of two companion works that are companions of my poem “Valentine” (widely published these days).
Last, but not least,
as always, a nudge from the angsty political landscape.
“Coming Soon,” acrylic, 39 in. x 22 in.
“Blonde Bait,” 38 in. x 22 in.
“Easy to Pick Up” acrylic on canvas, 39 in. x 19 in.
“Demo” acrylic on canvas, 40 in. x 25 in.
“Land and Sea” acrylic on canvas, 28 in. x 22 in.
“Family” acrylic on canvas, 38 in. x 39 in.
“Valentine 2” acrylic on canvas, 45 in. x 31 in.
Untitled, charcoal drawing on paper