Top photo is of some proofs of a series of 3 etchings I did this Spring. Middle photo is of the proof stage of a new print project. Then there’s the studio. Just a nice pic.
One of the main reasons for doing the extensive renovations at Sharptown Press is having the ability to get new equipment on short notice and not have to be concerned about structural/space issues. With the arrival of the “Hopesonic”, we will be able to usher in a bygone era with bygone style when the renovation continues across the hall in the bathroom. Thanks to Erik Molbach, one of our many equipment scouts.
On a recent visit to Studio 21 South to pick up artwork from past shows, I found this small seascape I had done on Monhegan Island. Despite it’s brightness, it was done probably after dusk with minimal light after a long day of painting. Also visited with one of my favorite painters Thor Wickstrom and painter Bob LaFond. Printmaking studio renovation is nearly done.
It was delightful to meet the fam and see Vladimir again. We vowed to keep blogging and hopefully in the near future, do a print project together. But most importantly – KEEP BLOGGING!