Here’s Bleeding Yellow Ochre, acrylic on 16×20 canvas.
BAM. So what do you think? November wouldn’t all fit on the dining room table, so I left off the NSFW paintings and a couple of bonus paintings.
I think it was a rousing success. I even made a Facebook page here.
I have some commissions I really need to get around to, but I’ve been fruitlessly fighting neuropathy and paresthesia and doctors to get answers. I think it’s time to find a new primary care; this one told me today that he’s not saying he doesn’t believe me, but it’s probably just anxiety so here, double up on your Klonopin and go home, April, jeez.
I hate this year.
But I painted this today.
Here’s Anathema, acrylic on 16×20 canvas.
We cleaned up at Michael’s on Black Friday.
Here’s Shadow Memories, acrylic on 4×10 canvas.
Happy Thanksgiving! We survived it here, and even went Black Friday shopping at the art store.
Here’s Stalagmite, acrylic on 11×14 canvas.
Here’s Cardinal Ephemera, acrylic and India ink on a 16×20 canvas board.
So here’s some news, also filed under strange but true.
Someone stole the art out of the men’s room at work. Frame and all. Wtf, right?
I really loved that print. I haven’t been able to find a picture of it online, mostly because I have no idea who the artist is, but it was a good-sized watercolor of a bluebird on a branch with some rainbow splashy bits in the background. Super cute.
Anyway, the manager agreed that I could bring something I painted in to replace it. I think this is it.
Here’s Richter Scale, acrylic on 16×20 canvas board.