A few things I learned at my art show

Posted by on Jun 14, 2010 in North America | No Comments

Well I had another show at the Santa Fe Artists Market this past Saturday.  The previous week was rough and it was time to redeem myself.  What made it rough you may ask?  Well, it was windy, and people don’t like wind.  The more wind=less people, therefore less potential customers.  Wind is my new enemy. […]

Perfection is an illusion after all

Posted by on Apr 22, 2010 in North America | No Comments

I recently completed this little portrait for my girlfriend’s 14-year old niece, Noel.  I wanted to give her a special birthday present, and I always think the best present to give someone is what you make from your heart and soul.  I truly believe that.  Plus, Noel actually wanted a portrait of herself painted.  So […]

New commission portrait…on a card

Posted by on Apr 15, 2010 in North America | No Comments

Just finished this portrait commission.  I learned about this opportunity from my old college roomate, saying his friend needed a little drawing in a greeting card and referred me to one of his friends.  I accepted the challenge and drew this from a photo.  I had to keep my pencils very sharp for detail work. […]

Why I started doing art demos

Posted by on Apr 12, 2010 in North America | No Comments

For those who read my last post, thank you for taking your valuable time to absorb this artist’s words and art. Now for the good stuff.  Here’s my latest painting that I completed on Saturday at the Santa Fe Artists’ Market.  I stated that during my art show that I’m a part of, I decided […]