Tag Archives: neo folk

Presidential Portraits (One night it came undone)

I painted some presidential portraits — George Washington Hamilton, James K Polk Stevens, Andrew Jackson, John Adams McKenzie, Leroy Sheffield. The whole gang is there. (But I’m left over here all alone.) So I woke up. Late at night. The … Continue reading

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Stone Soup Ten (10 paintings from a summer mind)

Stone Soup Ten is the name I have given my new set of 10 paintings which will be displayed until early fall at Stone Soup Kitchen in Atlanta. We are planning on having an event Friday July 25th from 7-9pm … Continue reading

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Color In The Dark (IN OUT)

January is a gray time. Gray days and rain. Warmer days and gray skies. Clouds and fog. The bugs come out. The bugs go back in. I would like to move to the southern desert for a while. After my everyday … Continue reading

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Art of the Last Week

Sometimes you don’t have a lot to say. Sometimes you just have some photos. Sometimes you keep it all inside like a note in a bottle. Photos can be worth a lot of words. I put out some more folk … Continue reading

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Interstate Cross Construction (Gearing Up For FolkFest)

I have been painting everyday getting prepared for FolkFest 2012. It is this week, August 17, 18 and 19. I have made a lot of new pieces. I have even painted a collection of furniture; two end tables and a 4-drawer dresser. FolkFest was … Continue reading

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The First Steps Are The Dirtiest

Art is usually pretty. Art is usually refined. Like a building under construction, the first steps involve digging and dirt and destruction before construction. The inner-structure is rarely as refined as the outer facade. You have to get dirty sometimes. … Continue reading

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New Paintings (What Have I Been Doing?)

I feel like I need to show what I have been working on. I have been painting everyday. I have been hanging things on telephone poles; faces, signs, crosses. Free Hugs $300.  I painted a wall. I have been planning … Continue reading

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Re-Decorated Street Art

I had found a sign on the ground back in the dark cold of January. The sign had fallen over and was left unattended. I picked it up, flipped it over and re-attached it. I painted a buffalo on it but … Continue reading

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Something I Painted / Something I Did

1. I painted a box; a bird house type box with a swinging door. The top is covered in shingles and the sides are wood. I painted it 3 or 4 shades of blue. Eyes look out from the inside.( … Continue reading

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10 French Squid

I just wanted to show my newest painting. I named it 10 French Squid. I painted portions of it during my art show last week at HodgePodge Coffee & Gallery. I finished the day after the show. I returned today and … Continue reading

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