Utah – Bryce, Scenic Byway in Moab, and Arches on 1/2 sheet of 140# Arches coldpress. Each image is approx 5 x 8 inches with approx. an inch and 1/2 space in between.
I’m back in Utah! Well, not physically, I’m still in NYC, but blog-post wise I’m back in Utah. I feel like I’ve been astral traveling: Utah, NYC Urban Sketching, Utah again and then a quick stop in Florida (see the decoupage under glass plate below.) If only I could get some frequent flyer miles for all these trips.
The left panel is Bryce Canyon. The middle is on a scenic byway in Moab. Which was a beautiful road. The Colorado river was a muddy rust color, with purple-ish mountains on the other side and trees that clearly had been burned in a recent fire and then these bizarre little clumps of neon green grass growing. The final panel is from Arches National Park (I think).
This is the first time I did a triptych. I felt it worked well with the imagery I chose to paint. I have so many images in my head (that often fight with the voices) and I’m torn between my cityscapes and this amazing Utah landscape.
I’m also working on some coasters and plates for the upcoming Putnam Arts Council Holiday Craft Sale. I have to work like a busy bee the next few weeks to get some inventory ready for the sale. I just finshed this 7″ plate of Florida Oranges.
I have a number of these 7″ plates which I plan to sell along with some vases and other glass items. I will go into busy bee mode to make a bunch of coasters for the holiday sale. I can’t believe I’m already thinking about the holidays. So, if you don’t hear from me, check to make sure I haven’t collapsed under a mound of glass coasters, Elmer’s glue and metallic paint.