Tuesday, July 31, 2007


Acrylic on canvas with a twist:
I painted with oil pastels over the acrylic after it dried, giving a somewhat "kinetic" series of connected images throughout the peice.
Canvas-18"x24" with 3/4 " depth. Back stapled with all four sides painted. It is ready to hang as is. Certificate of authenticity included (COA) from Ebsq.
Update: Sold

Sunday, July 22, 2007

the grid's lock

It seems that after I upload an image it immediately disappears when I begin to write anything next to it. So today, I am trying to write first, and upload my painting afterwards. Hope it works! It is acrylic and charcoal on paper, 18x24-and hopefully this "glitch" will be fixed SOON!


Sunday, July 15, 2007

Update..week of July 17th, '07

Hello all...
I am just giving a bit of a heads up as to some changes that my blog will be going through. First, I am switching the address of this blog to its name:
"the Colorspeaker." It probably won't go into effect for several days, however, as soon as I know, I will post the new domain address and when it will be active. On another note, I am thinking of doing a small oil pastel series- my last post was the first one: "the Clown." I am going to select a few more from my collection (I do them daily in my "on the go" book of sketches/painitngs,etc) and will be adding them next week. So, look for the "Pastel Series" on "the Colorspeaker" coming to a town near you!!

Thursday, July 12, 2007

"the Clown"

This is actually one of my many small oil pastels I do every day. I have around a dozen of these particular books i like to use for the small yet somewhat unexpected peices...which have now grown into a rather large stack of books in the corner of my kitchen...They are all made with rice paper. I love the consistency the books' paper. You can usually get them at Tibetin stores. The edges are deckled, and though they cannot take too much, I like the rough, but rather "delicate" texture.... I also cannot deny my love of "conceptual" peices-Much like a writer, or musician. There is a continuity, and the pages of creativity are experimental and most definity- "without rules"...
There also is just being able to take it (if I am in a pastel/drawing mood)wherever I go and keep on creating.
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acrylic on canvas 16x20, gloss finsh