Mother’s Day Lunch at MOAH Lancaster “National Treasure: The California Poppy”
I have not been a fan of theme shows, it seems I just don’t do them very well. It might be because I’m mostly abstract and themes are figurative. So, when a friend mentioned the MOAH show about Poppies I initially just flaked on it… then I started thinking… “I can paint a poppy. The flower that I love. The most beautiful orange EVER… that’s E . V . E . R….” So I painted three images of varying degrees of abstraction. From 1. as real as I paint 2. combined into a current series 3. totally out there abstract. AND #1 and #2 were accepted. Thank you MOAH!
Posted from the museum: “During a time when drought conditions have limited the explosion of gold that normally Continue reading →
Always a great feeling to receive an award for my artwork. The Topanga Canyon Gallery Annual Juried Show 2014 with Juror Jim Morphesis did just that. My piece “As the Cloud Weeps: Bejeweled Bird was awarded 3rd place.
This is one of my new pieces combining paint and ink into what I call ‘surrealistic’ imagery. I find that the displacement Continue reading →