Happy New Year!

Here’s a little bunny I made in celebration of the new year. It was created using procreate. Looking forward to seeing what 2016 has in store!

Boogie Bunny

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A personal favorite gets a new home (I made a Sale)

I made a sale! Yesterday I said goodbye to one of my personal favorite paintings. This particular painting was one of a series I called “Modern Petroglyphs” and was started back in 2010, and stopped around 2012. It was also one of those rare paintings (and many of you artists know what I am talking about) that I can still look at and not be embarrassed about or wince every time I glance at it. In fact..I like it! Glad to see it going to a good home.

In addition to the sale, I was also commissioned to make another painting for the same patron (and friend)

Thanks Norm!

Here is the work that sold. Love working in this highly textured manner.

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A Good Book and Weed Garden

These paintings are 10 and 11 of my 90 paintings in 90 days challenge.

Both are ink and watercolor, but different styles (obviously)

A Good Book, 8″ x 10ish”

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Weed Garden, 4ish” x 6ish”

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If you are interested in purchasing either one, please send me a message!

Thanks for stopping by,

Shawn

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Defining glass objects, by painting the bent and warped shapes, is one of the more enjoyable ways to paint for me. In an effort to keep motivated and log in hours in my studio, I have dedicated myself to making 90 paintings in 90 days. This still-life is number 6. In order to make that goal, I have been painting smaller paintings, mostly 6 x 6 inches, and no larger than 16 x 20 inches. While my recent larger works have been primarily abstract and experimental (very fun to do!), I find returning to traditional art making as enjoyable as it was when I first began painting. Who knows..maybe I will throw a few abstracts in those 90!

Thanks for looking! purchase info, click here—>purchase

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