Category Archives: Cabinet of Neolithic Wonders
I went to Camarillo to pick up the sculptures from the gallery and put them into the studio so Bert can see them alongside the paintings. As I think I have already said, I intend to start introducing images from … Continue reading
Camarillo – A New Cabinet
The New Cabinet exhibit at the Camarillo State University closes today. I’ll take it apart on Monday afternoon and store it away. The next show is in September at the Kwan Fong gallery at CLU in Thousand Oaks. It’s a … Continue reading
I added some more pictures to the gallery site and added a couple of new pages to carry them. Photos ofÂ The Solar CrossÂ andÂ The Alchemy Tree.
Full of enthusiasm for painting more on the crucifixion, getting the moon done, backlight and so on, I got to the studio this morning only to find that my paint hasn’t dried from yesterday and I can’t do what I … Continue reading
I just got back from the fundraising dinner, which was lovely. Lots of candlelight under the California evening sky, a gentle buzz of talking around the courtyard and conversation about art about the table, with some intelligent and interesting new … Continue reading
In Tom Wolfe’s excellent book “The Painted Word” he talks about being able to identify newbie artists by their habit of wearing paint spattered jeans and a tuxedo jacket to dinner parties. Now, I like the bohemian side of being … Continue reading