Art Opening Postponed

I just want to make sure anyone who was hoping to go to the art opening tomorrow at the Santa Barbar Botanic Gardens knows that we’ve postponed it until January.  Enjoy the rest of your weekend everyone!

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Sunrise from Eling’s Park

9×12 Oil on Canvas Panel–  This was painted a few weeks ago, when the atmosphere was moisture and not smoke.  I am hoping the best for all the people and animals displaced by the fires.  Severe weather events, whether floods, winds or fires, bring up all kinds of thoughts about nature, balance, resiliency, impermanence, community, climate change and regenerative design.

Ledbetter Beach and Art Openings

I’d love for you to join me and enjoy some wine and art at two openings this week.  This painting of the warm autumn light at Ledbetter beach will be on display as part of the 100 Grand opening on this Thursday evening at Sullivan Goss at 11 East Anapamu.   Then Sunday afternoon at 2pm there is a public opening for a dual show with my buddy Chris Potter in the Pritzlaff Conservation Center Gallery at the Santa Barbara Botanic Gardens.  (I’ll post more details later in the week.)

San Marcos Pass Sunset

Oil on Canvas Panel– The skies have been incredible these evenings and mornings as the sun has been sweeping a lower arc across the sky and lingering longer in the golden zone.  I attempted to freeze this one in paint from a turn out on San Marcos Road last weekend.  Next time I think I’ll bring three tiny canvases to try to catch those subtle color shifts that are just minutes a part, but so different from each other.

Dawn on the Bluffs

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Oil on Canvas— 16×24”— I was really honored to be invited to be a new member of the Oak Group last week.  I have great admiration for the artists in this group— not only for the awesome art made by the members, but also for their environmental agenda of using their art to raise awareness and funding to protect wild spaces.  I really look forward to showing with them in the future.

Sunpockets

20×48″ Oil on Canvas– I love how a canopy of trees creates little spotlights that highlight little parts of the forest floor.  Sometimes these illuminate delicate plants that wait for their thirty minutes of direct sunlight a day and sometimes they make a pool in the creek glow like a lantern.