I have been painting larger pieces (it's relative, you know, think 40x40") on canvas of late and now I have started on a few 14x28" diptych pieces on cradled wood panels which don't need to be framed for that very contemporary look. Diptychs have mostly eluded my reasoning, so it's time to give them another try. Loving the challenge.
I am working toward a February exhibit at RioBravoFineArt Gallery in Truth or Consequences, NM, in their BIG room. Always love to see all my work hanging together. I am usually amazed not only at my output but at the variety in which I use my brush, the palette (titanium white is a current favorite, then back to COLOR), the charcoal, the crayons d'ache and my fingers. Just a short share...now enjoy your summer.
Bottom image: SEEING FIT TO LEAVE. 14x28" acrylic and charcoal on cradled wooden panels.