Tuesday, June 28, 2011

A Penny for Your Thoughts

Well my Penny sale was fairly successful so I am going to try another one.  This time its a watercolor that I did plein air in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Its on ebay now here.


These are tough economic times but unlike the cost of milk and gas, the price of art has come down!

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Mountain Stream ~~ Penny Sale ~~


This is the first in a Summer Sale Series I am posting on eBay. The opening bid for this original painting is ONE PENNY. The Western landscape is painted on 8x8" gallery wrapped canvas.Opening bid is .01


Monday, June 20, 2011

Plein Aire

The Saturday morning painters met in Hudson this week an painted on the grounds of the Hudson Middle School while the clothesline show was held inside. It was a perfect June morning and there were big shade trees and good company. 
Here  Hillary Sheeter   works on a watercolor 

I know certain teacher at this school so I chose a view that would feature his classroom.

And this is the finished product:

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Clothesline Show

Tomorrow and Friday the annual Hudson Days Clothesline Art Show is happening at the Hudson Middle School. More than 2 dozen artists are showing their work in an informal setting. Years ago we use to actually  string a clothelines on the porch of a building but we have since moved indoors to air conditioned shelter.I've brought a dozen paintings to the show including

Monday, June 13, 2011

On the Net

Am I the last person to know about the Google Art Project? "Walk" thru the world's famous museums while sitting in your home. I can see hours and hours spent on this.

Google Art Project

 Wish I go go to Dusseldorf to see this art happening:

Hundreds of guitars adorn 16 lime trees in Dusseldorf art project

And this is my art offering on the net today: a collage ACEO  currently listed here
Persian Patterns

Friday, June 3, 2011

American Pie

I loved this video so I wanted to share it with you.
This video was created as an official response to the Newsweek article calling Grand Rapids a "dying city." Obviously the residents felt this was not so and set out to prove it.

The Grand Rapids LipDub Video was filmed May 22nd, with 5,000 people, and involved a major shutdown of downtown Grand Rapids, which was filled with marching bands, parades, weddings, motorcades, bridges on fire, and helicopter take offs. It is the largest and longest LipDub video, to date.