My friend Grahame Atkinson purchased this portrait I’d done of him a few years ago. I had bumped into him leaving the library, and that’s why he’s got a pile of audio books in his arm.
Grahame is an artist, check out his fine work at http://grahameatkinson.com/wp/
This is our cat Milkshake (aka Shakey) wearing an inflatable collar to keep him from over licking himself. I thought he looked Elizabethan, hence Sir Shakey.
Here are the framed FRESH paintings, framed and ready to deliver to the gallery for the show.
I finished the my fourth painting for the Fresh Art to Farm project (http://freshlongmont.org). All work will be delivered tomorrow, so the show can be prepared for this Friday’s reception.
This is Chet’s son, Nick, working in the greenhouse.
Here is the Flowers sign mono print paired with a stencil portrait of a Peonie in the field that the sign is pointing to.
Here is another in the series for the Fresh Art to Farm fundraiser. This is battered metal sign on the south side of the flower fields of the Fresh Herb Company. I created the image above using stencils with acrylic paint on watercolor paper.
My plan is to pair this with an image of one or more of the flowers growing in the field. Stay tuned.
The second in my series of The Fresh Herb Company for the Fresh Art to Farm Fundraiser.
The greenhouse at the farm has scores of garden ready containers of herbs, flowers and succulents. The regimented rows of green and white inspired this acrylic on Arches board piece.