Week #3 Keeping up!

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I talked about creating a blog post for a full year. I do plan to continue that, but with a little modification. You see, last week I really didn’t post on schedule, but I did create a post. it was just a little later than I intended. Much like other things in life, I gotta give myself a little grace. …

Putting things in their place.

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I recently have helped my friend, Valentine Adams get some things done around his place so he could get back to making his artwork, which is metal sculpture. We are collaborating on some new work for a show this August, so we’ve been spending time talking about our ideas and trying to decide which ones will make the cut. Here’s …

Metal Study 8x10"

Videos and Newsletter

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The YouTube videos are coming along. I have been recording while I’m working the studio for several days now. I’ve documented a couple smaller paintings, how I render the beeswax, and I just posted a video of me talking about where I get my beeswax and what variations it can come. The newest video is below:) I’ll be posting more …

Commission Complete!

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Hello everyone! I think last time I posted on here I was working on a large commission, and I’m happy to say that it has been completed. In fact, the image on this post is the painting. This is my largest commission piece to date. The painting is 48″ x 36″ in size and took me a little over two …

Updates and other!

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I’m sitting here in my studio thinking about all my current projects and wanted to share some of those with you. I’m sure some of these I’ve mentioned in other post, but it can’t hurt to mention them again. Currently in the studio I’m working on a large commission of Ryman Auditorium. At 48″ x 36″ It’s actually my largest …

Rain brings the green!

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Here we are, it’s the rainy season in Tennessee. I kinda love this time of year. It’s a time where my studio view gets its color back. The grass turns deep greens, the trees bloom in whites, and pinks, the birds are active singing their spring time songs. It’s a time of new beginnings. I feel like I’m starting over …