Did this one today. its weird staying in the studio painting an NC scene here in florida. next show i'm getting ready for is City Art Gallery in Greenville in May. its a two man show with my good friend Jacqueline Perry.
this is the year i start painting bigger. i'll work on 12x16's and then 16x20's till i'm comfortable and then bust out the occassional 18x24 and 24x30. since i started i wanted to paint for 5 or 6 years and hone my skills on smaller ones, and then go large. on big ones you can get more subtle color changes and complexity so i'm looking forward to using 6x8 thru 8x10's as studies for the larger ones. i've been doing lots of 12x16's that have the same loose look my smaller ones have so finally its time to go bigger. for years people have asked my galleries if i ever do larger paintings. well OK, here they come!