In the previous post's photo, I'm in my studio, painting "Flowing with the Fishes.” Here’s what the painting means to me:
Going with the flow.
Living in the moment.
Honoring your natural rhythms.
Finding the thrill in the unknown.
Moving toward joy.
What does this artwork mean to you? This nearly completed acrylic painting is 24" x 24" and priced at $650. To reserve it, please email me.
Recently, I was featured in a post on the Arts Business Institute (ABI) blog entitled, Studio Inspiration. This photo was included on the blog, and it shows me working on my latest acrylic painting, “Flowing with the Fishes.” Read more here.
Got junk? Make animals! That’s exactly what inspiring street artist, Arturo Bordalo II did as described in Good Magazine. He recycles junk into extraordinary, mammoth sized 3D animal art that boldly enriches the city of Lisbon, Portugal. The artist incorporates materials like old tires, scrap metal, steering wheels, oil paint, and bumpers to form impressive, larger-than-life 3D murals on walls and back alleys throughout the city.
As an environmental activist and animal lover who also paints animals, the article piqued my interest. Maybe someday I could do something similar. Such a project feels larger than life and community-oriented, which I find appealing. Read more here.