A digital painting inspired by quiet walks and peaceful nights.
Just started a new series of work inspired by the inimitable Felix Feneon’s “Three Line Novels” that I’m calling “Flash Fiction.”
Tonight I fought off the existential dread by finishing this painting. It has been staring at me, unfinished, for weeks. Time to rack up the next one!
We use these pull cards at DEP when we check out files. Each one of the file numbers written on this card corresponds to a lease of State-owned lands. I thought it would be neat to take a couple of the old cards that were used up and paint one of the projects someone used the card to work on. I picked the lease number at random. This one ended up being a jetty on submerged lands in Boca Raton. I’ll do an uplands lease next.
I messed around and painted/drew this after all of my work was done tonight.
Acrylic and ink on canvas. 16″ x 20″.
Inspired by Florida Springs and based on a photo by artist and master photographer John Moran.
Watercolor, ink, and graphite on paper. 9″x12″.
Just a painting of an eclipse that I did. I’ll be at a conference starting tomorrow, so have a great week if I don’t post again.