Tucson Open Studio Tour is back, and has expanded in to four weekends in a major effort to cover all areas of our expansive city. I am happy to be a part of the tour again, and have signed up for the weekend of October 22nd and 23rd. If you are in the area please stop by, say hello and I will introduce you to my humble studio.
For the second year in a row, I am guest artist at my friend Kimmberly Ioane's studio, during he Artists of The Superstitions Studio Tour. The show weekend is November 5 & 6, and certainly great time of year for a mini-road trip. You may find the details on my Events Calendar tab.
One more item of note - I have also signed up for an Artisan Holiday Market taking place at the historic Steinfeld Warehouse. The Market is scheduled for the weekend December 3 and 4, and promises to hold many of your farorite local artists.
Abstraction; extended necks and wilting hands, Expression; floating dots and cerulean blue lips and Color; plush alizarin backdrops and emerald green stockings, spill onto each bleached canvas, leaving an indelible stain. Whether palette knife or brush, pure pigment or distilled, each painting brings an abstract thought to life.
Color is my passion, my movement, my expression. My love for color, abstraction of the human form, and need for expression are the forces that drive me to expose the innermost layer. Tucson 12 photographer Martha Cantrell captured this essence recently for a D-town Tucson segement.