Dec 19, 2014

"Roasted & Ready"

                                           6x6 oil on wood "everything red"


As much as I love painting I love cooking.  There is an interesting correlation between the two.  Each needs to be planned and figured out as to what comes first, the coloring or the look of the presentation and then  what it is going to be presented on so the palate and eyes can feast.  So much to think about, but for now, its back to the kitchen, I mean studio... 

See you on the next corner.


 

 

Dec 17, 2014

"HIGH SURF"

                                                                6X6 oil on wood

Just another fantastic day in Laguna Beach...  This is one of the storms that  past through making great waves  rumbling the shores along the coast.   Love paintings theseThe problem is there are so many subjects to choose from.  OK! Back to the easel, time is a wasting.  See you around the next corner.

Dec 16, 2014

South San Clemente


                                           6x6 / oil on wood / "horizon line"


After a long time I have returned to my skies.  I suppose I never really left them, I say that for I felt they danced in the background of my thoughts.  It was like an almost nu-audible voice saying paint me.  So! Hello again, the series continues..
                        

Dec 10, 2014

"NOW WATER"


With snow coming down I drove in silence.  The muffled sound of the road let my thoughts melted away like the snow flakes turning to droplets only to vanish and return again; and to think!  All this took place in my imaginary reality staring at a blank canvas.

This painting is 20x20 For questions a simple email at:schwartzart@earthlink.net

Dec 3, 2014

"FIRST RAIN"


My challenge is two fold; first is picture the right subject, second is to get the right drops to make a total image.  Sometimes everything comes together in one photo but even with that I always add or subtract things giving the rhythm I am looking for to make my painting work.
  This painting is in oils on a 30x12 inch canvas gallery wrapped