Hey, all you blogoholics! I bet you've been waiting with either baited or bated breath for my next harangue. Or maybe not. It's gotten so I can no more predict human behavior than I can the weather. Though I'll bet a quarter I can probably do as well as some professionals in either field. Just another in a long line of observations based upon empirical data.. Though the data MIGHT be skewed a bit. Just saying.
So if you've been keeping up with my latest uploads, you'll notice a lot of drawings and a few 3D pieces. Yes, that's pretty much the IT of it. I'm gearing up for a painting marathon but I'm still in first at the moment. I have a lot of sketches I can use for inspirational purposes, if nothing else. AND I started a painting yesterday, so that's hopeful.
It's been quiet since April here. Well, at my end of the stick anyway. No shows. After some time passes, I start feeling pretty invisible. When I was a kid there was a Mr. Nobody who was blamed for a lot of things. Maybe I am that non-person personified these days. It's anyone's guess. But I did get into a show that opens early August, so I can look forward to that. I have enough new work done over the past year that I'm at least three years ahead as far as the Austin ArtSpace Gallery is concerned. I already know what I will submit in the next two shows. It's the Christmas Show that I haven't worked out as I usually do a seasonally themed piece or two for it. Let's hope I can come up with something when the time arrives. Has anyone seen my verve? I know I had it here a minute ago. :)
Here's a side note. If you look at my recent drawings, they are of faces, heads, torsos. Many of them are on my ubiquitous landscape with tilting cloud. BUT please look at those pieces a bit closer. It's the way I assemble those faces, etc., that make those drawings mine. And I usually put them together differently each time. Drawing was my first love and she's been the most faithful