There’s a wonderful art show at the Kansas City Public Library right now. Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective is a beautiful and compelling show! Best know as the gonzo artist depicting Hunter S Thompson’s exploits, this comprehensive show proves his art goes much farther than that.
June started out with a quick visit to see family, but then the rest of the month was a full schedule trying to juggle a bunch of projects – getting some off the ground and finishing others.
Here’s your chance to buy some $50 paintings! Summer is a slow time for the arts. Galleries keep summer hours and art buyers go on vacation. With all the free time, it’s a great time for artists to get some work done in their studio. In order to do that, you’ve got to have paint.
This really is a story about Omaha, art and the Joslyn Museum, Just hold tight and let me get there…
A summertime special! With the normal slowdown of art classes during the summer, I find myself with a lot more free time and a lot less money to pay my bills. So now’s your chance to take advantage of this situation and order up one of my affordable painting commissions! Buying art doesn’t have to…
They say April is the cruelest month, but May always serves as a harbinger of doom. Setting up for survival in the summer months is one of the hardest tasks I experience as an artist. The other is getting people interested in buying art to finally commit.
One of the many side projects that I’m taking on this year is sending out some mail art to interested friends, family, fans and whomever else signs up to receive some!
A number of years a go a good friend of mine asked if Iwould do a commission for him. My initial enthusiasm was heightened when he told me he wanted a Max Beckmann copy. After I finished up some projects, I got to work on this fun commission.
With time careening away at a seemingly mind boggling pace, my to-do list has grown to epic proportions. With April I struck back at the list. Here’s some of the things that kept me busy this month.
A trip to Omaha to install an Iron Giant leaves me thinking about KC’s own Alamo Drafthouse on Mainstreet.