I am so excited to be sending new work over to RLS! I could tell you why I'm especially fond of these two pieces, but this time I'll let the paintings do the talking...
Sheer Elegance 24" x 20" Oil on Panel
Allure 14" x 24" Oil on Panel
DETAIL of Allure:
Check out larger images, prices, and my other available paintings here.
I just received news that my paintings have been chosen for the prestigious Art Renewal Center (ARC) 2012-2013 Salon (for the third year in a row)! My painting, Homecoming, has been awarded an Honorable Mention in the Figurative Category, and two of my paintings have been chosen as Finalists in the Figurative Category! Homecoming and Sentiment were created for my most recent show "Nuance" at Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, SC - Both paintings are sold, but you can view other paintings from the show and more available work on the gallery's website here. Congrats to all the deserving winners and finalists - check them out here.
I often paint people who are dear friends, but for the upcoming group show, Evolution, I have drawn a subject very close to me - my father. Here are my interpretations of him in 1992 and now in 2013:
Here are the paintings that I have completed so far for the November three-women-show "Nuance" featuring new work by Ali Cavanaugh, Mia Bergeron and me. I can't wait to see this show come together in just a few short weeks!
I've been cooped up in my studio for some time now focusing on new paintings for "Nuance" the three-women-show in November at RLS featuring new work by Ali Cavanaugh, Mia Bergeron and me. I am beyond excited to see the work come together in just over a month!
As soon as I finish my last few pieces for the show, I will post all of the images - I can't wait to share them with you! 🙂 Until then, here is a (poor quality iPhone in-progress) sneak peek of this one currently on my easel...
ROBERT LANGE STUDIOS
TWO QUEEN ST, CHARLESTON
The last one
I almost didn’t think this day would come when looking over my bank of images that I wanted to execute for the show in April, but time always passes (thankfully with no headaches this time) and I’m happy to be finishing the last painting. See you soon, “low country”! -Brett