Core Gallery in Denver, CO

 

Starting next week I will be exhibiting some of my newest works on paper. The paper I use has such a sensuous quality —full of texture and a certain roughness that moves the paint in unexpected ways.  Some of the papers are old Japanese papers that are no longer available.  Other papers are made from high quality watercolor paper that has a certain stiffness.  This is helpful when the artwork is framed because it can be floated within the frame to give it another dimension.

Many of the older pieces have a somewhat Asian feel to them, such as the painting to the right.  Whereas the newest paintings Include big blocks of color with lines weaving in and out of the space, see below. 

Be sure to stop by to see these pieces in person.  The details and quality of the work is lost in photos.  This is a chance to buy an original painting at a more affordable price point than those done on canvas

 

A new exhibit of my work is being held:  

March 29 — April 15, 2018

Core Gallery, 9th and Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO 80204 (next to Spark Gallery)

A special artists reception:   Friday, March 30,2018

Hours: Thursday 12-5, Friday 12-9, Saturday 12-5, Sunday 12:30-3

  Dancing Spirits, #246,  24 x 18", water based oil and india ink on paper

Dancing Spirits, #246,  24 x 18", water based oil and india ink on paper

  As He Said It Was , 26 x 34", water based oil on watercolor paper, #501, professionally framed

As He Said It Was, 26 x 34", water based oil on watercolor paper, #501, professionally framed