Just finished the Something on the Windowsill series along with Go Home yesterday morning. There was only a little touch up and painting the sides after an almost all Friday night painting session. I then loaded up the new work along with what remained from the Modified show and headed up to Sedona to the Lanning Gallery. They loved the work, which was a big relief.
Now it's the final stretch for the Sedona show. I have two weeks really, so painting six to eight canvases might not be the best use of my time. I think I'm going to focus in on painting four medium large paintings and hitting them out of the ballpark.
I started working on my sketch for Allegiance which will be a 24x48" canvas. I've used a photo I took in Downtown Portland, OR of the front of some embassy or hotel. I can't really tell from the photo. It just has the hanging flags off the building that makes me think of ticker tape parades. I know some are going to read political leanings one way or another. The flag is, well a politically charged symbol after all. In this case I'm using it, because it's an incredibly strong image and will make a fantastic painting. I leave the viewer to decide where my politics lay and maybe just maybe, the painting will be about where their politics lay rather than where mine do.