Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Monday, October 30, 2006
'ENTITY' - 48 X 36 INCHES ON GALLERY WRAP CANVAS
So I tried to make this one a little more 'smokier' than some of the other recent abstracts. I think I managed to accomplish the atmosphere that I wanted to create.
You be the judge- click on the picture to see this painting that's up for auction tonight.
Sunday, October 29, 2006
Saturday, October 28, 2006
'FIREDANCE', a contemporary abstract 3 piece painting. Overall size: 72x36 inches (each panel is 24x36 inches).
To see more details about this painting, click on the image, or click here.
This auction starts tonight (Sat, Oct. 28) at 10:15 EST, so you won't be able to see the page until that time. Have a great weekend!
Friday, October 27, 2006
It's Friday, and I managed to push through another headache. I think it might be the flu or something, but at least I was able to finish this large set. Perhaps the title is an omen that I'll be free of my headaches soon?
As you know, I do all different sizes, but I seem to be on a roll with this format - 48 x36 inches.
I hope you like it, and decide to bid on the auction! It starts tonight at 10:30 EST
GOOD LUCK BIDDING!
Thursday, October 26, 2006
This is a new abstract painting finished today, a 3 piece set on gallery wrap canvas.
The overall size is 48 x 36 inches. Thanks for checking it out- click on the pic for more info, and to bid on this auction!
Wednesday, October 25, 2006
(Thank you Jeff!)
Here's my latest painting- an abstract, 3 piece set, measuring 36 x 48 inches.
The center panel is 24x36 inches and the two side panels are 12x36 inches each. These are all gallery wrap canvases, and are ready to hang! Click on the picture to see more, and bid on this auction starting tonight!
Tuesday, October 24, 2006
This is my painting for today, an 18 x 36 inch sunset in oils. Very rich crimson color. I love crimson, which is why you'll find it many of my paintings. I actually have to hold myself back from using it too much, if you can believe that!
So I've had a splitting headache for a couple of days now, but I've managed to keep pushing on somehow. Maybe it's all the Excedrin's, but you can only take so many before they start burning a hole in your stomach, right?
Maybe it's a brain tumor, you say? Well, maybe it is, but then again, I've been plagued with migraines for most of my life. So much so, that I had a CAT scan several years ago- yeah, back when they called it CAT. Now they just call it CT. Anyway, surprise- no tumor- I'm still here! You're not getting rid of me that fast! Yeah, I know that you're thinking how much more valuable your painting would be if I croaked. But I guess you'll just have to hang in there a little longer. :p
Posted by AJ at 8:09 PM
Monday, October 23, 2006
(Thank you Jason!)
Here's todays latest painting, inspired by those wonderful Hawaiian sunsets!
Hawaii is one of my favorite places, and I never get tired of watching the sun set there. It could be on Waikiki beach on Oahu, or Ka'anapali Beach on Maui, or in this case, Kahaluu Beach on Kona.
Each canvas is 18 x 24 inches, and the overall size is 24 x 54 inches. That's 4 & 1/2 feet wide!
Click on the picture to see the details, and bid on this auction!
Posted by AJ at 7:14 PM
Sunday, October 22, 2006
This is an original oil painting on a
16 x 20 inch gallery wrap canvas. Several layers were used to create the depth in this piece, with each layer being allowed to dry before adding the next.
Click on the picture to see more and purchase!
For example, many of my abstract sets are 5 to 6 feet wide. A collector may have only so much wall space, but really like the painting. This is a perfect opportunity to have a smaller version of it, at an affordable price!
If you happen to own one of the original paintings that the print is made from, you'll be happy to know that this makes your painting even more valuable! If you don't yet have your own original, you may want to consider purchasing one. In fact, of the three prints shown above, 2 of the originals are still available!
Saturday, October 21, 2006
Friday, October 20, 2006
Thursday, October 19, 2006
(Thank you Joseph!)
P-A-N-O-R-A-M-I-C sunset!-7 PIECES- 66"- 5.5 Feet WIDE!
But, sure enough, the story turned out to be true! As *Nora Ephron (one of the eyewitnesses to the event, and ) described the event in her blog, Steve was showing off the painting one last time after he sold it for 139 million dollars to a Connecticut billionaire friend of his. Though the accident happened several weeks ago, Nora kept it to herself until someone else leaked the story to the New York Post. She then went public with her account in her blog on Oct 16, 2006.
Needless to say, the sale is off, and the painting is in the shop for repairs. I offered my help in case the restoration proves to be less than satisfactory.
I know about such repairs, because I've accidentally poked holes in some of my own finished works. As it turns out, it's always a good thing, because it gives me an excuse to actually keep some of my own paintings!
I simply cannot find enough hours in the day to paint as much as I would like to. I'm always so busy creating new pieces for sale and commissioned works, that I don't actually get to keep many of my own paintings... Hmm.. I've even thought of trying Leonardo DaVinci's technique of power-napping throughout the day. When I do, I'll let you know how the experiment turns out.
*Nora Ephron - has received Academy Award nominations for Best Original Screenplay for "When Harry Met Sally," "Silkwood," and "Sleepless in Seattle," which she also directed. She lives in New York City with her husband, writer Nicholas Pileggi.
For those looking for something exciting, check out this auction ending tonight at 23:00:00 PDT (11:00 pm Pacific):
It's currently at $130.27 , so I think you still have a chance to get it for a song, so get out there and place a bid! (Maybe even a 'proxy bid', if you're not going to be online when it ends!