Often the evening light here in Sherman Heights looks like Armageddon. Maybe it’s the fumes off the freeway scattering the light on the gleaming overpass infrastructure.
Seen from the Ocean Beach pier.
16 x 16″ oil on cradled panel. This piece is on display at Gallery 21 in Balboa Park through June 5.
I thought of this as “No Parking” but I guess the red diamonds are really a “Don’t Crash Down this Cliff” warning.
Big Tree, South Park – Buy now
Reception Friday May 6, 6:30- 8:30 PM
1008 Wall St
La Jolla CA 92037
May 7 – June 11
Please join us for the opening reception for the 2015 San Diego Art Prize. Artwork by Wendy Maruyama, Peter Scheidt, Roy McMakin, Kevin Inman. In the Joseph Clayes III Gallery at the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library, La Jolla, CA.
Lately I’ve been stopping after the gym to buy donuts and I’ve noticed they truly have a diverse array. Whoever bakes these is an artist of flavor and texture- at a normal, albeit somewhat bougie, supermarket.
I bought this donut to paint. Then, it was late and I took it from the kitchen to the studio. I took a nibble. Then another nibble. This is all that was left.
Overcast and just before a drenching downpour. This is not far from the apartment I rented for the week in Trastevere.
More of a sketch really, it’s fun playing around with different approaches.
I’ve been painting the cliffs a lot recently, it’s been my mood.