New small paintings on paper are in the shop!
These paintings are very personal to me: They were created when I was spending time in San Antonio, TX as my Mother was dying from Cancer. I would hole up in the guest room at night and watch bad reality television and paint away trying to clear my mind, yet stay busy.
They are on 140lb acid free paper with a smooth vellum finish. They come temporarily mounted on a 16×20 white backer board and protected in a plastic sleeve – ready for you to pop in a frame of your choice.
I FINALLY got a few photographed. I still have many more to finish up and flatten – but there is a learning curve with water media on paper – and the whole flattening part. It was taking so long for these few to flatten and dry, I thought they were going to mold. But now I think I have a better plan. I will be adding much more in the next month, so stay tuned.