Wednesday, June 26, 2019

My Pat Hat

My Pat Hat
8" by 6"
Oil with a palette knife on canvas

It seems a little early to start thinking about football season. I mean summer just started, right? Well I am so excited because we just purchased tickets to see the Cleveland Browns play the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in October. This will be our first game at Gillette Stadium even though we have been part of the Artists Studio and Gallery at Patriot Place for 8 years now which is located right in the shadow of the stadium. We've worked during games before and it is crazzzee.

My dad was a loyal Browns fan until the day he died so I will be secretly wanting a win for him and a good season for the Browns as well. Plus the two teams are featured in my painting of the stadium I posted a few months ago. Our seats will be in the upper left section of this painting. As they say, "the nosebleed section."


Polo bought me this Pat Hat last year and I love it. It is so warm I wear it all winter long. I'm sure I will be wearing it at the game along with something Browns related as well. It will be a win win game for me.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

The Inn at Cook Street

The Inn at Cook Street
6" by 12" by 2"
Oil with a palette knife on Ampersand Gessobord

I recently painted this smaller version of a bigger painting I had done on commission for the inn several years ago which you can see on their website www.innatcookstreet.com and also at this previous blog post. The innkeepers told me that several people have asked if that painting is for sale, so I thought I'd paint a smaller version to have available if someone was interested in a version that they could simply pack in to their suitcase and take home!

If you ever are looking for a great place to stay in Provincetown, this is it. Great location, beach access down the street, stroll past galleries in to the exhilarating downtown area for shopping and great dinner options. You won't want to miss the included breakfasts--they are a great way to start the day. Plus John and Pat are the most hospitable and nicest inn keepers around.

Here are a couple more angles of the painting so you get a better sense of the dimensions and the scale of this piece.




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