Monthly Archives: November 2012

Godzone IV

Today I put on Ludovico Einaudi for music to paint by, almost by accident, just kind of fell on him in the ‘ol ITunes somehow when I think I was headed for The Shins or Wilco or Iron and Wine. … Continue reading

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Godzone III

So here is where we left off … September 25 and I’m assuming, not being upright enough of a blog citizen to actually CHECK … that it was Godzone II. So there. And I was having a hella time between … Continue reading

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Blood Clots Finitti

Does that really need an image? That kind of speaks for itself … and … hells yeah and hip hip hooray I can paint again! woohoo! with the right arm, You do paint with the right arm he said, Right? … Continue reading

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Blinds Finitti

They’re kind of very Mad Men to me. http://www.amyjackson.cc/photographs/blinds/index.html I mean, they’re not that much, when you put them up all together, for all the work it took to clean up, six fotos, big deal, but the colors, the range. … Continue reading

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Framed Stock Finitti

I just finished the framed stock subsection of the shop section and what a feat. Really. I had those pieces framed when I was still working full time, when I could afford to put on shows. Wow. Must be nice. … Continue reading

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More Industrial Balancing Acts/Feats of Nature, et al

This one has never been out to play really. It’s framed, it’s on the website, it even has a nifty name: Torque Inscription. See, I went back and back to Chilton’s Industrial Machine Shop, and after the pieces for my … Continue reading

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Framed Prints Section — Under Construction

Machinist’s Canvas, it’s called, one of the very fist photos I took at Chilton’s Industrial Machine Shop, lo, back in the very DAY. Nice and drippy and RANDOM! (random!) It is enhanced oh so slightly with brightness and contrast in … Continue reading

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Every Painting Has a Story: Last One! Haiti

Oh and it’s a doozy! This painting, entitled Haiti, ┬ámeasures 22 x 30 inches and is my second large scale painting, Storms Inside the Iris being technically my first. I had just had my first Temporomandibular Joint Surgery, in 1993, … Continue reading

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Every Painting Has a Story: Seastorm

Seastorm … this was the beginning of many Undersea-inspired paintings, as you may already know from studying the paintings on my side. See, I’m a Scorpio (tempered a bit, just a bit, by being on the cusp of Libra, which … Continue reading

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Every Painting Has a Story: Wreck

Now this painting took very little time, and that kind of drives me crazy. See, I think paintings should take enormous amounts of work. Strive, strive, strive for your art. I’m a martyr by training, from way back. But Wreck, … Continue reading

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