cialis 20 mg obat kuat Its a little bit last minute, but the Sandy-by-the-Sea Gallery in Carmel is hosting a “Meet the Artist” each Saturday evening in September. I’ll be there on Saturday, September 8 between 6 and 8. They will have a reception along with refreshments. I plan on doing a painting demonstration, and we will probably auction it off when complete.
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go site Below is a painting I have showing at the gallery.
â€œPescadero Coveâ€ (plein air) * 12Ã—16 * Oil on canvas board
http://horsesforhealing.org/heal.php?cure=content-in-viagra&jo=3 In my last post, illness “From Tiny to Huge”, patient I mentioned I was painting my first 36×48 vertical painting, the subject being Cave Rock which towers over Lake Tahoe on the eastern shoreline. As promised, I thought I would post a status report. Below is my progress so far. Most of it is 98% complete except for the immediate bottom foreground. I debated on whether to put in the boat house and docks as they would become the center of interest. As you can see, I went ahead and put them in which I think adds a nice touch.
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http://stevenmgootterfoundation.org/bing.php?search=heartburn-with-cialis&rx=1 I am going to have to go back to painting miniatures, as they are selling quite well at the galleries. I guess my next post might be “From Huge to Tiny”!
zovirax cost without insurance I had been painting so many miniatures lately, it was time to try something a little bigger. I had been wanting to do a large work of Cave Rock which towers over Lake Tahoe. On my last visit there I went out to the east shore of the lake to take some photographs of the area in the early morning light.
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enter site I normally don’t announce paintings until they are done, as you never know how they will turn out. However, this is the first 36×48 vertical or portrait style painting I have done, so it is an entirely new experience.Â A 36×48 canvas is about as large as I can comfortably handle in my studio.Â I had to adjust my easel for the first time in a decade in order to be able to paint it without standing on a chair! Below is my primary study I am working from, although I am incorporating elements from other photos I have.
I’ll let you know in a week or so if it turns out!
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source site The Los Gatos Art Association Plein Air group was out today painting in a neighborhood of Los Gatos. I had been wanting to paint more architecture, sildenafil so joined them. It was a cloudy morning, but patches of blue were beginning to show. I ended up painting a partial view of the porch of a collector of one of my paintings, Sandy. Today was a day to experiment. I painted just a 4×6 oil using a Lagnickel flat brush, similar to the kind Richard Schmidt uses for many of his work. By the time I finished, the sun started peeking out.
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http://stevenmgootterfoundation.org/bing.php?search=viagra-plm-mexico&rx=1 You can see the painting in the lower left sitting on my easel. I actually painted most of it holding the board in my left hand.
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http://horsesforhealing.org/heal.php?cure=everyday-viagra-dosage&jo=3 For those who read my blog, last week I moved my art to a new gallery at South Lake Tahoe. Things had been moving pretty fast, and I just found out they are having their official ‘Grand Opening’ tomorrow, Friday. Below is a card announcing the event. I am not mentioned on the card, but they have featured my work prominently in the gallery. They have already sold two paintings in the short time I have been there. Anyway, if you are spending the weekend at Lake Tahoe (or any other time for that matter) be sure to visit the gallery.
source I had a mention today in Phil Levine’s monthly newsletter.Â You can find it here:
If you are an artist with a website, send your name into Phil and he will probably mention it in his newsletter!