Tonight in the US, most households watched two teams run up and down a fake-grass covered field while eating and drinking and watching a few Billion dollars worth of Marketing trying to be clever flashing across their screens.
That’s not how I spent my evening.
I’ve taken a few canvases from a previous show down from storage, and decided that they could use a little more attention. Most current art teachers tell you that’s a bad idea, but if you took an x-ray machine to lots of paintings in museums, I think you’d see proof that artists have been picking at scabs – modifying completed paintings – for centuries.
Here are two of the paintings I’ve been fiddling with lately: