Friday, March 27, 2009

SPRING!

Sometimes I worry that my work gets too tight, and I've been feeling like that especially as of lately.  So I'm doing a bunch of these very fast paintings that will explore color and composition primarily.  I'm hoping that this will loosen things up.  

I'll be posting several of these in the next couple weeks, and all of them will be for sale.  I'm thinking 40 dollars?  So if you want one just let me know!

9 comments:

steve said...

twenty bucks, for this? that's a steal, seriously. this is a beauty - you might be selling yourself a bit short. i really love it!

Cheryl said...

It is beautiful. There is usually a big payoff when we force ourselves to make a move.

NightenGail said...

It's a very subdued and understated composition, yet it conveys everything it needs to. Great job! It takes great constraint to leave that much negative space in an illustration. I love your use of colors. Wouldn't change a thing.

aihart said...

I definately love your choice of color and think this painting is extremely successful because of it.

Hannah said...

okay if you are selling this for $20 but wanted to sell that girl thingy for like, $40, then you are in some weeeeird pricing world. BUMP UP THE PRICE, DAMMIT. unless this is really small. is this really small?

Hannah said...

i can hear it now....
customer: "ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS??? WHAT THE FUCK???"
you: "well my friend hannah told me too"
customer: "oh, well, okay. here is your hundred dollars!"
you: "oh why thank you!"
me: "welp, my job here is done! TEEN BOAT, AWAAAAAAY!!!!!!"

mnelson said...

This is such a delightfully pleasant piece. And just for the record, I'd pay more than $20 for this.

mnelson said...

Yeah, I am so glad i went to that lecture. I wish they had a recording of it or something.
And I may take you up on that offer. My mother actually saw it and freaked out a little about how pretty it is.

Sean Lynch said...

Sweetness is my weakness! Seriously, only MC Hammer can describe your skills.