Wednesday, July 31, 2019

More possible pictures for the show in September.

Chroma Projects
inside the Vault, 3rd Street
Charlottesville


Which ones would you like to see?


watercolor and ink, 17 by 24 inch

watercolor and ink, 11 by 14 inch
Watercolor, 18 by 12 inch

acrylics, 12 by 18 inch

Now the more unusual ones

colored pencils, charcoal, 10 by 13 inch

Mixed media, 10 by 12 inch
watercolor and ink, 6 by 12

Watercolor and ink, 10 by 14




Monday, June 24, 2019

Getting ready for a new show:

Akiko Tanaka & Jürgen Ziesmann

Bio Diversity

at Chroma Projects
inside the Vault, 3rd Street
Charlottesville


Akiko Tanaka 

I have to admit that I do not know much about Akiko Tanaka. I never met her in person. All I know about her is from her website. However, when I saw her work, I was immediately hooked. She is an amazing ceramic artist who lives in Tokyo, Japan, and Hampton Virginia, USA. She creates fantastic and often whimsical creatures that populate water, land, or air. Make sure you visit her website, full of amazing examples of her work.
"Be good my child", Scupture, Ceramic by Akiko Tanaka.
http://www.akikotanaka.com/index.html
What will I contribute to the show? 
My own versions of fantastic and often whimsical creatures that populate water, land, or air.
Here are the first four, that I want to contribute to the show. 
Let me know which is your favorite. 


Seascape, Sea Urchins, Original watercolor by Jürgen Ziesmann
Seascape, Red Corals, Original watercolor by Jürgen Ziesmann

Seascape, Blue Corals, Original watercolor by Jürgen Ziesmann

Seascape, Diversity, Original watercolor by Jürgen Ziesmann

Time to show the pictures that are on the show at the  Steven Francis Fine Art Gallery If you are interested in purchasing any of these artw...