Christmas ShowHere's a snapshot from the "Alice in Wonderland" show at the Wally Workman Gallery in Austin, TX. The gallery was packed wall-to-wall with people; Fatima Ronquillo was kind enough to take this picture for me. She is a fellow artist at the gallery and her work was featured in Southwest Art Magazine a few months ago. I also saw David Clemons this evening, and I wanted to share the painting he made for the show. David's painting is called "Invitation from the Queen." It is 10x16" and painted with casein (a milk-based paint). The jpeg doesn't even do it justice; he has so many subtle colors woven into it, and it is very rich-looking in person. I also love the way he presents the queen's messenger-as if that sort of thing happens every day!
Here I am in front of my painting, "Advice From A Caterpillar." I was really happy with the framing on this; I have a good framer in Austin and they selected a moulding that was just right.
This is David Clemon's painting, "Invitation From The Queen", 10x 16" casein