This drawing reminds me of an engineer’s plan (my apologies to you engineers) and it’s for the next version of “In God’s Paint Box”. I am dissolving the support structure visually. That process has lead to some changes in shapes and line in order to make the sculpture strong while visually giving the viewer the effect I am going for. I’m really excited about the results.
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Saturday, September 17, 2011
One of the oldest running dance halls in TX, Gruene Hall, brings in the greats like Asleep at the Wheel, Lyle Lovett, and lesser- known musicians. Free shows are in the afternoon quite often, and you can sit and drink something cool with the screens letting in the lovely outside air and the floor creaking to the time of the dancers. People ride inner tubes down the Guadalupe River. Hanging in the Gruene Mansion Inn, is one of my paintings, a testament to my love for this wonderful little town. Buck’s Pottery is in town as well as my gallery, Cactus Jack’s, where you can see this painting, “Any Side Will Do”.
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