Aquaria No. 6.
2020. Acrylic and ink on wood panel. 8 x 10 in.
I haven’t been exhibiting work for almost a year, either in-person or on-line. Covid obviously has interfered with gallery showing. And I’ve never been a fan of digital exhibition.
The estimable Twentynine Palms Gallery, however, has now put up their first solely on-line show, for their volunteers, and I do have a piece from the Plague Faces collection in it. The work is for sale, so do consider checking it out and supporting this historic gallery that has been, like so many, struggling to survive the epidemic.
Above: one of the Aquaria series, which have slowed down but not, I think, stopped entirely. This one is unusual in that it is horizontally oriented, and I’ve come to like it especially.