Sunday, April 15, 2007

Stovetop #4

Oil on aluminum panel, 12x16." This painting is part of my "Stovetop" series. They will be offered for sale as a group later this year in a show at the Wally Workman Gallery in Austin-details to follow!

10 comments:

David Bogart said...

i really like the colors on the bottom of the pan. looks like a pan that has seen many meals. very nice! how many paintings will be in your series?

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks David! For the show in Austin, we're planning on about 20 paintings. It will be hanging in conjunction with a larger show; I am grateful because otherwise I'd need about 80 of them. ; - )

Brothergrimm said...

Great texturing in the bottom of the pan! It looks a little rough like an old iron skillet should.

craigstephens said...

I really like what I've seen of your paintngs on aluminum. I wish I lived closer, I'd go to the show for sure!

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks B.G.! I had to stop myself from overdoing it; the skillet textures were a lot of fun.

Leslie Sealey said...

Hi Craig-thanks for commenting. I think it's going to be a great show, and I'm excited about this series!

Scott Altmann said...

Ahh yes- great job on this one. As already pointed out- you did some great observation on the "history" or use of that pan. Cheers!

Leslie Sealey said...

Hi Scott-yes,this skillet has a great history. I think it deserves to be featured in a few more paintings.
Thanks!

william wray said...

Do these 12' x 20" and you will conqueror New York!

Leslie Sealey said...

Well...alrighty, then! Let's see, my "to do" list for today is:
1. Buy groceries
2. Pay bills
3. Conquer New York

Thanks, Bill. ;- )