Between my last update and now I finished a few more pieces on paper, mounted them to wood panels, sent a few down to Graphite Galleries in New Orleans and delivered a couple to collectors.

Here’s an example of one mounted to a wood panel:

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do we need to continue to have this conversation? gouache on paper on wood panel, 12×11

If you’re in New Orleans, you can pick one of these up at Graphite Galleries:

what did you expect?, gouache on paper on wood panel, 12x11

what else did you expect?, gouache on paper on wood panel, 12×11

 

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he considered it a failure in his own sight that he had never seen a ghost, gouache on paper on wood panel, 12×11

 

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hell is reassuring, gouache on paper on wood panel, 12×11

 

i keep thinking about stockholm syndrome, gouache on paper on wood panel, 12x11

i keep thinking about stockholm syndrome, gouache on paper on wood panel, 12×11

If you’re in Dayton, Ohio, you can see these two pieces in person during the month on November at the Telling Tales exhibition:

because i'm so happy for you, acrylic on wood panel, 30x23

because i’m so happy for you, acrylic on wood panel, 30×23

 

i just can't keep up with who all has died, acrylic on wood panel, 23x23

i just can’t keep up with who all has died, acrylic on wood panel, 23×23

And if you’re in Shreveport, you can stop by The Agora Borealis and take a look at these three:

let's go up to the mountains or down to the seas, ink and gouache on paper, 22x30

let’s go up to the mountains or down to the seas, ink and gouache on paper, 22×30

 

consistency and conformity, acrylic on wood panel, 15x23

consistency and conformity, acrylic on wood panel, 15×23

 

i'm alone, and i'm right, acrylic on wood panel, 30x23

i’m alone, and i’m right, acrylic on wood panel, 30×23

 

Be sure to visit my website for more info on these and any other pieces in which you might be interested.