Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Harpswell Harmony














This piece titled "Harpswell Harmony" 12x16" was one of my favorites that made it thru the winter, is now available and for sale. If your interested please contact me and I will let you know where it is and the details. This is one of only a hand full that I kept from this past winter, a lot of pieces just didn't cut the mustard.. So I am just putting the finishing touches on setting up some teaching for this year. Yes I know I probably should have had this set last years end but what can I say.. I'm the real deal folks, a bonafide, unorganized, right brained painter... Ill let you know exactly when and where ASAP just in case you want to experience the madness.. Ha! I'm kidding! I'm shooting for one workshop out in Wisconsin and one right here in Maine, should be a blast and also some lessons and angles on painting nobody else considers. I'll talk a little bit more about those angles here soon.

4 comments:

Mick Carney said...

Your selection of subject matter always amazes me. You see interesting material in such a wide variety of places. I'd have walked past this without thinking. Great tribute to a perceptive eye.

Dan Corey said...

Thanks Mick! The rhythm of the tops of the boat stands traveling thru the darker area is what made my want to paint it. One of my painting heros Alfred Chadbourne would seem to paint subjects just for the rhythm and compose them with an askewed/ interesting balances or color, value and rhythm. He wouldn't win any realism awards but it's not really about that anyways and can be very freeing when let go of. Worth checking out if you have a minute. Happy painting friend!

Helder FC Vieira said...

A wonderful abstract quality. Somehow, some of your paintings remind me Edward Hopper and I don't know why.

Dan Corey said...

Hi Helder, thank you very much!