Odds and Ends – 29 June 2015
With the success of my recent school painting project, I am re-focusing my efforts on single buildings within an empty void. Exploring how the world may not be to our liking, and how we try and block out those unpleasant realities.
At the moment, my principle source of inspiration is artist, Tony Scherman. The campus art gallery has a very nice study, about 3 feet by 3 feet. I find the square shape particularly appealing.
Over the past week, I been searching for small houses in West Hamilton that are very similar to each other, but still maintain their uniqueness.
I envision a series of house paintings, likely between 12-20 pieces.
In addition to houses, I started a painting that deals with a car. Again, I hope to create a series that contains 12-20 pieces.
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Urban Landscape Artist