I hope you’re having a great start to the new week. If you’ve been following me on social media, then you’ve probably seen the videos that I’ve been posting of the painting, inventory updating and packaging of pieces for the SPRING sitewide flash sale.
The sale is well underway with 50% EVERYTHING online. All you need to do is apply the coupon code “SPRING” during the checkout process.
Today I wanted to take some time to share some info on a few specific pieces.
The piece below is titled, “Bonita Trees” and it’s a 20″ x 16″ piece that I did on location. The piece is a new release that’s part of “The Collection” launch. If you click on the image you’ll see the full piece and notice how green the foliage was at the time. The wind was perfect as was the natural light with the sun slightly beaming through the trees.
This is “One Golden Hour” and it’s a 24″ x 30″ oil on canvas. This took a great deal of time to paint with lots of detail being captured as the sunset took place from afar. You really need to click on the piece to see the full scene. I remember the exact day that I painted this piece as the sky was unforgettable.
If you’re a Breaking Bad fan then you might like this piece. I’ve been told by many people that it subconsiously reminds them of a younger version of Tuco’s Uncle from the Award Winning TV Series Breaking Bad. I spent a lot of time focusing on using thick short brush strokes to really make this piece pop. Those short bold brush strokes are one of the things that I’m most known for with regards to the Old Man Series. This is a 16″ x 20″ oil on panel.
Another Old Man Series piece that stands out is the “Old Man Study Impasto Painting.” I’ve been told that this piece looks like the AMC TV character Hershel Greene. If you know who this is, then no explanation needed I guess. It took weeks for this piece to dry due to the thickness of the paint used. The purposely completed the piece with white space left on the canvas to make it look as though it formed out of the blue.
Last but not least, I wanted to share some info on the “Banks of the Pearl.” I headed to Columbia, MS one morning, came across this scene and couldn’t help myself but capture it best as I could. There was very interesting flora in the foreground and I needed to paint it right there. This is a 10″ x 12″ oil on panel.
If anyone has any questions about any other pieces, please feel free to email me. The sale take place through 4/30. Special thanks to all the collectors that have recently purchased pieces. Aside from one one piece in the final stages of the drying process, they’re all being professionally packaged and will go out within the next 1-2 business days.
Have a good day.