After finishing my Day of the Dead portrait series last week, I’ve begun in earnest to complete all my orders for Christmas. Not that I don’t love skulls, but it’s nice to have a change of pace. And it’s really nice to be painting pooches again.
Earlier this week, quietly, and without fanfare, I finished the last painting in my Dia de Los Muertos series. It has been a wonderful project – one that has introduced me to more than a hundred new clients, stretched my imagination, improved my craft, and resulted in many late nights, empty bottles and hand cramps. […]
One unique thing about my little art business is that I rarely meet my clients. Like, never. So often the only link I have between the person and their finished painting is the photo that they send me to work from. I always ask people to send their favorite photos because obviously, if it’s a […]
I paint on Yupo paper, exclusively. The most convenient way for me to buy it – and store it – is in pads of 11×14″ sheets. So, for each sheet I can get (1) 8×10″, (1) 5×7″ and a little scrap of 4×5″ paper. Up until now, all those 4×5″ scraps have gone into a […]