It's been a pretty busy time around here... crazy weather, graduations, moves, new adventures.
Trips to Art Camp in Maine (not an actual thing, just four artists getting together to try new things and spending time talking the art talk... yeah, it's as awesome as it sounds). Continuing a teach a bit, and finding better ways to do that all the time. Painting introspectively. If you are a painter, you understand what I mean by this. It's about going in a new direction and experimenting with a couple of things, good things, but wanting the opportunity to do it in the quiet of the studio. I haven't posted any of it, 'cause not everything needs to be shared.
At least not in the formative stages.
I've been hosting a bit on Artists Helping Artists, which is nothing if not a pleasure. We've touched on a few really good topics and had a couple of excellent artist interviews. Check them out on Blog Talk Radio, or just download the podcasts from the AHA website.
And if you do nothing else, go to YouTube right now and watch the video "Painting Provincetown": http://youtu.be/vNX5ZhIqOrs
Seriously, I wish it were a series, I would watch it every week.
Speaking of weeks, one or two more weeks of focus on this latest series of paintings and I'll be ready to post them. When I do, I'll welcome your feedback. To tell the truth, I'll be very interested in whatever you have to say.
Now it's time for me to go clean off the paint!