So I’ve started painting with knives. Don’t worry though, I’m not drawing any blood. I’m painting with pallet knives! Basically like very flexible butter knives and I have to say it’s super fun! It allows me to be controlled but in a messy way. Sometimes I draw with so much precision it makes me yawn. Haha… I hope to get better with this style. Here are my first 3 tries at it:
I love sharpies. I love doing illustrations with them. I haven’t done any for a while but I got a couple of requests, so I’m going to finish this series soon. Last night I did “Nuclear America” and it was fun! I plan on putting a resin gloss on them all.
So people seem to really like pirate ships and tall ships. I like them too so that’s why I’m always pumped to get commissioned to paint them! Here are few of the recent ones I’ve done:
So I just finished this last night and I was so excited about it I had a hard time falling asleep!! Haha… So I think I MUST do a series of these. I’m super pumped on it!!
This is a one night group art show that you won’t want to miss. All artwork is 24″ or smaller and is priced at $100 or less. I will be selling two of my Nebula paintings. What a steal!! Hope to see you all there!!
For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1392067067701402/
Come on out for some wine, cookies and art!! Gallery at Lands End will be hosting Erica Putis’ and Jack Zabawa’s artist reception on Friday, August 22nd from 5:30 – 8pm where Erica will be showing her “Science Imagined” series and Jack be showcase aerial photos capturing a bird’s eye view of the Crystal Pier and Tourmaline Beach. This is a fun gallery/frame shop/boutique in North PB that is sure to fulfill all of your artsy needs and it’s FREEE!!!. Hope to see you there!!
4984 Cass St., San Diego, CA 92109
August 22nd, 2014 – 5:30 to 8pm – FREE!!
Here is the facebook event page if you want more info:
I’ve started stippling again! Stippling is the crazy idea that shading with dots is a good idea and will not make you crazy. Haha… Actually, I’m finding it very fun and relaxing! So I think I’m going to do more of these.
Here what I’ve done in my series I’m going to call “Fashion Stip”: