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My 8th Street Studio and its day to day, or maybe it will be week to week digression on my studio issues, art thoughts, and the duality experience between conceptual/rational and nonconceptual/intuitive. Grid and ground contained all within.
I had the pleasure last evening of discovering my diptych has been added to a Bay Area government organization
- The Metropolitan Transportation Commission and Bay Area Toll Authority MTC.
I am quite thrilled with this new connection to the Bay Area!
The work is a diptych, 48" x 120" wide, oil on canvas titled "The Sight of Sandhill Cranes", oil on canvas.
This painting holds its roots to when I visited the wetlands near Los Banos, California and experienced the amazing activities of the migrating sandhill cranes.
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But beginning again here.
I am working in a temporary space as I lost my studio I had been in for 15 years due to rent increases (in SF - almost triple).
Here is an image of two works currently in process.
There are colors outside, yellow flowers and greens that might be influencing. There is a lot of isolation at this temporary dig - it usually
To begin again - greetings, 2016!
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My inventory process from 2013 ran amuck and this is where I left off.
Currently I am working on developing photography skills - second class. Here are a few photographs from the last class.
Look back here soon to see if I can keep this up.
The inventory project taking longer than I thought - labeling each work as I go and covering gently in plastic. I have the remaining 7' x 7' works to go plus the black and white works on paper. Then I'll need to photograph the smaller works which I do not keep at the studio.
The opening last Thursday evening went fine; it is nice to have my work up and out of the studio.