Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Photo: San Juan Evening, 32"h x 28"w, Oil on Panel, $4,500
Friday, February 24, 2006
His work is amazing, he's an excellent teacher, and he's actually a pretty decent guy.
Paul Davis and David Dornan teach workshops during the summer in Helperm, Utah. Their 2006 schedule is out at HelperWorkshops.com. See you there :)
The SFMOMA is having a great show in March called "Finding the Figure". While looking up more images by Dave Balona I stumbled across the work of Kevin Bean at the Charles Campbell Gallery here in San Francisco. His paintings reminds me of the photo albums that everyone has tucked away in a box someplace safe.
Thursday, February 23, 2006
Wednesday, February 15, 2006
Abraham Lincoln is fascinating, and Mark Ryden does a good job with his portrait.
Tuesday, February 14, 2006
Another find on Southwestart.com, Tony Pro has been making a name for himself with top showings at several national shows.
Monday, February 13, 2006
Chimeras of Withdrawal No. 2
I've been working in William's studio for a few months now and am starting to wonder how I ever survived without it.
Thanks for the space William.
Sunday, February 12, 2006
One way to do it is to search for all the sites that link directly to the site that you're so fond of...
Say you like a design blog called, designsponge.blogspot.com. If you type in "link:designsponge.blogspot.com" into any search engine, it will return all the sites it found that link to that site. You can also go to Marketleap and use their link popularity check tool and they will look up your site in several different search engines at once, and rank your site next to other sites so you can tell how "popular" it is. When I searched designsponge.blogspot.com on Marketleap's tool, it showed that it's linked to by over 250,000 sites. More than Coke.com and MarthaStewart.com and just a little less than eTrade.com and Napster.com. Amazing huh!
Wednesday, February 08, 2006
Johnson Ranch, 24" x 56"
It's a shame that I live in San Francisco and have only been to the John Pence Gallery once this last year. Here's one of the artist they represent: Stock Schlueter.