More Art in the Virtual World
As some of you may know, I was selected to participate in the Art Santa Fe 2020 show in July. Well, the Corona put the kibosh on that. So the show runners, Redwood Art Group, decided to set up an online presence and invited the artists scheduled for Art Santa Fe to participate.
So, I’m pleased to be a part of that. And even more pleased to have two of my paintings appear on the home page of the web site! Go to https://redwoodartgroup.com/ to see these two ladies in all their virtual glory...
You can see some of my other original paintings by clicking on Shop / Shop by Artist and looking under the D’s (for D.R. Jones).
And fine art prints on paper or canvas and other merch is here ->
OK, that’s it for now. Wash your hands. Wear your mask. Keep your distance.
Until next time...
The Joys of Home Quarantine!
Hi boys and girls,
How is everyone surviving their quality time at home with loved ones? Has watching daytime TV in your pajamas until noon lost its luster? Have Zoom happy hours, sans pants, lost their allure? Don’t worry, we’ll all get through this together.
To avoid letting all this prescribed social sequestration go to waste, I’ve been spending a lot of time in the studio. Among other things, I created a series of paintings from a single reference photo. Interesting exercise. Three different interpretations of the same scene. Here’s the result...
I also used the time to update my web site. Most of my current work is up there and it’s for sale. I ship anywhere in the galaxy, so eMail me if you’re interested. You can see the current web pages here -> https://www.red-hand-art.com. I’ll have more info about web updates later, so stay tuned...
And, since the whole world seems to have gone online, I decided I’d dive in, too. (I’ve previously just been dog-paddling around the shallows, but I put on my big boy trunks and jumped into the deep end.) Most of my recent paintings have been uploaded to a web-service that allows collectors to order fine art prints, t-shirts, and other merch featuring my images. Click ->here<- to visit the website.
The t-shirt/face mask ensemble is particularly apropo at the moment. The t-shirt shown is from the Collection “Legends and their words”. If you’re so inclined, go online and peruse the offerings. Decorate your walls or your bod. Satisfy your art urge and support your art community.
So, stay home, stay safe, wash your hands. This won’t last forever (probably). We’ll see each other soon at a gallery, art show, or social event.
Until next time...