Friday, March 30, 2012

Last Light

So this week was started with a pleasant surprise. I was notified that I was the featured artist on the Judson's Plein Air Journal. Here is the link:

Can you believe it? I really like the fact that they used more obscure (personal favs) pieces in the article and even quoted me. Thank you Judsons! My Very first pochade was a Guerilla Box, (9x12" if you're a gear nerd.)
Just incase someone wants more info in those pieces you can find them hanging at Maine Art Gallery in Kennebunk Maine. The link to them is in the upper right hand corner of the blog.

The Piece above is a studio piece titled "Last Light" and is an odd 29x20"

Thanks for stopping by


Kyle Martin said...

That's what I'm talking about! First stop Judson's featured artist, next stop, THE WORLD! You the man and this proves it!
Really like the piece, and how you are not afraid of the psychology of color.

Jim Gibbons said...

Congrats Dan! I just read the article...... pretty cool. I love the quote “I really like it when brushstrokes seem to be cruising at about 90mph and missed their exit.” that's funny stuff. For me, unfortunately, at those speeds, my brush spins out of control and ends up in a ditch somewhere.
I've lost so many brushes that way

Great job man!

Mick Carney said...

The lovely bit of light on the chimney is where it is all happening for me. It makes it real, amuses and engages me.

Dottie Leatherwood said...

I'm loving the top of the utility pole....kudos to you Dan!! Rock on!

Dan Corey said...

Hey Kyle, thanks ! You da man!

Hey Jim, hahaha, Don't text and paint! Lol .. Thank you

Thanks Mick! I wasn't sure if you would like this one..?. Glad you do.

Hi Dottie, thank you very much! I'm trying.