Posts Tagged ‘painting’

631 // December 09, 2009 Today is the last continuation of my posts on the Denver Art Museum’s Western Art. I just want to share some final favorites. This photograph was part of the Historic Western American Art section of DAM. Right now, we are looking at stereo photographs (double prints you see on the […]


630 // December 08, 2009 A continuation of yesterday’s post on my adoration for the American Western Art section at the Denver Art Museum. The pieces above are a series done by Tony Foster, watercolors that he painted while rafting down the Colorado river. What I really loved about these are not only the paintings […]


Embrace

06Dec09

628 // December 06, 2009 Zhong Biao, Mirage, 2009, at the Denver Art Museum. (C) the artist. Saturday I went to the Denver Art Museum with my sister-in-law and her friend; we ended up spending five hours there! It is much, much larger than I thought it was and must go back sometime soon. This […]


To Colorado

02Dec08

380 // December 02, 2008 Alright, any of the Denver natives want to fill me in on the weather? it got close to 70 degrees. Well, it was beautiful and I enjoyed yet another psuedo-fall day here. This is another painting from Denver’s Northfield Stapleton area.


See America

30Nov08

378 // November 30, 2008 Northfield Stapleton shopping district in Denver.


Finished Canvas

21Aug08

296 // August 21, 2008 All finished and very pleased with how it came out. It was my intention to make it less dimensional (a little flatter) because hey, this board will get abused by the bags anyway, right? 🙂 Original sketch. View the entire series here.


283 // August 07, 2008 In the aisle of one of my favorite stores, Michael’s. Too many colors, too little time… right? 🙂