Isn’t Christmas wonderful. “Clownfish Fun” sold yesterday. This small painting was fun to do and of course with the bright orange color it is one of my favorite small fish paintings.
Archive for November, 2011
Some the work I have been doing this weekend… Still lots to do. I feel good about the action and color generated in the early development of the painting.
I’m currently working on another series of paintings for a show I am doing at Huntsville Art League in January 2012. The Limelight for the month of January. Time and date for the reception is still in the planning stages.
I will announce the reception dates in the coming weeks.
Above is one of the new abstracts i am currently working and will have p several horse painting as well as a few surprise paintings for my Clemson friends.
One of my original paintings has made its way to Seattle. This work was created while I was art Clemson University. This was the first piece I did that directed me to seriously start painting.
This work is 30″X30″
This painting has been admired for sometime by a fellow artist. One day it disappears from the wall at Huntsville Art League.
It is getting to be a habit for people to just take my art off the wall when they like it. Well I can’t complain. To sell another painting this month is a thrill.
Instead of visiting Martin Luther King and Roosevelt we went to see Claude Williams.
Although, I am not normally a guy who likes the organized type of tour I must say this was wonderful.
Yes, we hope the beer will be brewing in January and the pub will be open in February. Looking for the opening soon at the “Old” Huntsville Times Building in downtown Huntsville.
Good luck guy! Great beer is coming to Huntsville.
Update from Steve:
Currently gutting the interior of our building. We hope to start construction next week – building walls, bathrooms, bar … We also hope to have the new floor poured and floor drains installed by 10 December. Then we can move the brewing equipment inside and set everything up.
Web site development is underway and should be operational in the near future.
While walking across a bridge at Annapolis, Maryland last month I notice a small fleet of Prams sailing in the water below.
Two of my uncles, Burt, and Abner DeChant were the founders (early 1950’s) of the Pram club in St. Petersburg, Florida. Burt and Abner took troubled kids from broken homes and got them started in these small boats sailing in the waters of Tampa bay.
As I watched these kids maneuver these little boats and remember my early days of sailing. Wow, long time ago. Abner gave me my first boat at about age 10.