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Artistic Enough?

Photographed A Piano Keyboard Yesterday Then Gave It The “Mad Scientist” Treatment Using Photoshop.
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The Pour

A Flashback To 2020 During The Early Stages Of An Acrylic Painting.
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Bee Art!

A Little Friday Fun To Get The Weekend Started Right.
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Latest Work!!

Rise From Pandemic #4 – 20” x 24”
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Solitary Figure

Artistic Statuette
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New Painting

The third and final work dedicated to the vaccination efforts worldwide.

Vaccination – Booster

30” x 40”

Acrylic on Canvas

Vaccination – Booster
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Latest Painting

So many have been incredibly patient while I toil through our current situation but eventually persistence pays off.

Here today we have “Vaccination #2” measuring 30” x 40” on canvas.

Tried as I may it became apparent that there’s nothing which can be done to make this piece better.

Enjoy!

Vaccination #2
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Day’s End

Stage 1 of the canvas concludes and now requires days to dry.
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Let The Games Begin!!

Perhaps I’m jumping ahead of myself using that title. My enthusiasm comes from having everything set up and ready for painting tomorrow, all other tasks out of the way and weather conditions predicted that couldn’t be better.

There are a couple of creative ideas rolling around that I’m eager to try so all tools and materials are at the ready.

If my brain is even half functioning by the end of day tomorrow I’ll provide progress photos as proof that the day wasn’t wasted eating nachos and watching realty TV.

Ready and waiting for tomorrow’s first light.
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Rolling Up The Sleeves

Sometimes investing a little time today can reap benefits for a long time to come. When you’re sure of the rewards to come it makes the initial effort so much easier to carry out. The past couple of days have been just such a case.

While conditions were certainly ideal for artistic pursuits there were matters which required immediate attention so priorities had to be addressed. Fortunately the hours of manual labour applied means an easier time for many months to come. It was time well spent.

Tasks were carried out and completed successfully with a little time left to prepare the room where summer painting is optimal. During the colder months it reverts back into a basically unremarkable living space. Such a preparation effort can be therapeutic when transitioning into full painting mode. With a few more touches in the morning everything will be complete and my own brand of creative chaos can begin.

Let the games begin…

Just one of the nasty characters which had to be dealt with decisively.