2017 was a very busy year for me. I completed a lot of art work, but I seriously neglected this blog. This year, I’m going to focus on more graphic design, more art work and more blogging about it! I already have plenty of ideas stewing in my head
In December, I was honored to participate in the Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, WA “Small Works” group show. One of the pieces shown as my newly completed addition to my Rainbow Menagerie of the Shoe-Bill Stork. And I popped my Kudu out of his frame and finally added him to this website. Both pieces were done with Watercolors and Colored Pencil and are 11×14 inches.
November and December I focused almost exclusively on my Bird Women series which will shown at the Confluence Gallery and Art Center in Twisp, WA during their 2018 “The Beholden Eye” exhibit. I will be taking pictures of two of the three this afternoon. The first I completed is the Mallee Ringed Neck Parrot Bird Woman. She is 20×30 inches and completed with Watercolors and Colored Pencils.
And last, but not least is my latest entry to the Landscape Menagerie. This Chilean Condor featuring the Torres del Paine mountains was completed at the request of a colleague named Daniel. It is mostly watercolors with a hint of ink. The original is 14×20 inches.