A video posted by Lowbrow|Folkpop|PopSurrealism (@timleeartwork) on Jul 10, 2016 at 12:12pm PDT What to do while waiting for waiting for paint to dry.
My all time favorite drawing method has got to be tone paper sketching with Prismacolor and marker. Immediate, and totally unforgiving, no control-z or erasing. Good thing I mostly like happy accidents and glitches. The sketch IS the finished art.
I’m finally digging in with V-gouge carving tools that were gifted to me by my brother for Christmas. I do freaking love a new medium, the sawdust and wood shavings clinging to my clothes are ok with me. There’s just something so nostalgic about wood carving that resonates deeply. I imagine myself in some past, […]
A couple of oil paintings I made for the show. A killer group of artists celebrate an amazing and rare gallery, chock full of the unusual. You should visit! See all the art on display here at SF
Working on another oil painting, this is a detail, about halfway done. I decided to try out a new surface, a pre-primed wood panel that has some texture in the gesso. Painting on bare wood, canvas, and old wood are all so different, I still have yet to decide what I like the best. She’s […]
Here’s a couple of customized resins I modded for the Stranger Factory Winter Salon V show. Mr. Beaker is based on a Brandt Peters 9″ Skelve. Bucky began as my own resin casting and then he grew antlers and some all American paint. Acrylic and resin sculpting on resin castings. www.strangerfactory.com
All painted on solid wood cutouts. Check my store for details about size and medium. It’s always Halloween
Pine Cone’s leader, William Lewis. He’s Raleigh’s stringed music ambassador. Oil/acrylic on wood. Always a bit more self-imposed pressure when you’re friends with the person you’re trying to paint and a fan of the music.