Fruit Loops

My latest painting: Fruit Loops, acrylic paint and synthetic clay on 24″ x 20″ gallery wrapped canvas — currently hanging at Artist’s Group Gallery, Linwood Avenue, Buffalo –  25th Regional Artists Exhibition exhibit with WNY Artists Group –  through November 11th.

…with a few work in progress shots

24" x 20" - acrylic paint nd synthetic clay on Gallery wrapped canvas

Fruit Loops: 24″ x 20″ – acrylic paint nd synthetic clay on Gallery wrapped canvas

Beginning sketch

Beginning sketch

Laying in color

Laying in color

Trying to create a likeness to a face I am all too familiar with

Trying to create a likeness to a face I am all too familiar with

Getting there....

Getting there….

Adding the fruit loops. And no, they are NOT edible!

Adding the fruit loops. And no, they are NOT edible!

 

Queen City Beer – New Painting with a Vintage Feel

Someone at the Allentown Art Festival asked me why Buffalo is called the Queen City. I had to admit that I had no idea — so I did  little research.

Way back in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s Buffalo was the largest and most prosperous city on the Great Lakes — so we became the Queen City. While Buffalo has seen more than it’s share of struggles over the past century we are making a proud come back. And once again we will be proving ourself to be, in fact, the Queen City — although anyone from here has always known that there was a lot of good to be had here, even if our crown needed polishing.

This is one of my latest Buffalo paintings: Queen City Beer. It’s 18″ (H) x 24″ (w)

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