Drying rock 27 | Jun


My latest works are varnished and drying near the rock garden at @robertlangestudios . Framing will begin tomorrow!


-Nathan

Finishing Up 27 | Jun


Counting down the days to be in Charleston again with the family! Also,
excited to see all the new paintings for my show re-united in one space
together. When creating new work for this show I formed a diagram
envisioning each piece in the gallery together. The reason this is always
apart of my process is because I want the works in their entirety to create
a specific atmosphere. Hopefully, people will feel connected to this work
and it will speak to them in some way. Here is a progress shot of one of
the last pieces for the show.

-Adam


Subtle danger 22 | Jun




-Nathan

Lots of titanium white 19 | Jun


Polar Bear in a snowstorm. I have a feeling I'll be spending an unnecessary amount of time on this.


-Nathan

Gasp! 19 | Jun


Angels are shocked by everything.


-Nathan

Tune 16 | Jun


Playing for the clouds to go away.


-Nathan

And Done. 15 | Jun







R&D 15 | Jun


It may not look like it, but this painting involves an experimental process that took months to complete. I don't know if it's worth doing, but it's certainly worth trying.


-Nathan

OPEN CALL – GROUP SHOW SUBMISSION 15 | Jun






Getting Closer… 14 | Jun


...to finishing this one, and enjoying the subject so much I wonder if I should be painting more like Adam Hall, whose new paintings for a July solo show are absolutely amazing! -jb.



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