Friday, June 29, 2012

Red caped super robot - workinprogress

Last post before the Canada Day long weekend. Underpainting's all finished:

Have a great weekend everyone!


Thursday, June 28, 2012

Red cape robot

The underpainting in progress. And yup, his cape is going to be red. Actually, I find it interesting that the robot reads as a he, instead of a she or an it.

Now to figure out what colours he/she/it is going to be...


Saturday, June 23, 2012

Biggest robot ever

Actually, it's the largest robot painting I've done to date. Here it is at the drawing stage:

#ontheeasel #workinprogress #robots


Friday, June 22, 2012

Paintings in galleries

I'd like to mention that I have new paintings in Toronto at the Elaine Fleck Gallery, Including "Big City Dreams", so if you're out and about on Queen St west, you can go see them live and in person.

As well, I have delivered 3 large paintings to Wallspace gallery in Ottawa, so you can see them there if you get the chance.


Monday, June 18, 2012

New paintings - with titles even!

Hi everyone, I've posted 2 new paintings to my website, you can see the photos and titles by clicking on the links below:

A few days before

a few days before

Places one might think 

Saturday, June 16, 2012

House fields balloon swing

Just finished at the end of the week, which is really nice, because I wont have to worry about if over the weekend. :)

Proper title and photos coming soon! Enjoy and have a great weekend!


Friday, June 15, 2012

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Experiments in blobs - or, yes I'm stupid, here's why:

So I decide to keep it simple with this painting, and what do I do? Try out a tricky painting technique called double loading. That makes this complicated, and me stupid. I'm sure it would look fine without this technique.

The technique involves putting two colours on the brush at the same time, and laying them on without having them blend together. Canadian national icon Tom Thomson was a master of this. Here you can see I've been trying to get red to streak through the blue of the sky. I think it's working.


Some nice words

Jean Pierre Plouffe wrote some nice things on his Puckbites blog about mine and Jennifer Walton's hockey paintings. Like JP, I'm a late bloomer with hockey too, so I thought that was pretty cool.