Sunday, November 22, 2009
Saturday, November 21, 2009
November 21, 2009, New York - New York base artist Scotto Mycklebust is hosting a fund-raising benefit and affordable art sale to help local artists this holiday season. The benefit and art sale is one way a group of local artists are reaching out in this difficult economic time for support and a way to sell their works.
The Art sale features works on paper by a group of seven local artists. The artworks are priced affordable for the holidays and make a prefect gift to collection and add to your home decor.
The party will feature a performance by Murray Weinstock, a New York composer, singer/session musician. He has recorded and toured with Manhattan Transfer, Richie Havens and John Sebastian. (Welcome Back, Kotter) His CD "Tails of the City" has been featured on NPR's All Things Consider. See www.dogtunes.com.
The Fund-Raising Benefit party kicks-off the event December 3, 2009, 6 - 8 P.M. at the West Chelsea Arts Building in Scotto Mycklebust's Studio 511
526 WEST 26TH STREET, NYC, on 26th between 10th & 11th Ave.
Amy Kool, Amy Banker, Cheryl Gross, Xandra McCagg, Veronique San Leandro, Rodney Durso, Scotto Mycklebust
Special Music performance by Murray Weinstock, December 3, 2009
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 917 697-0844
Sunday, November 15, 2009
I am currently working on Polo Green Painting. This is a digital study for adding a large red to the painting. It is the 3rd state.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
I am working on a new painting entitled "Polo Green Painting". I just finish pasting down the digital images onto the canvas. This is it's first state. The inspiration was the green photo backdrop paper I found. It's the color palette and control of the image.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
I have finished the Red Hat Nude painting this past week. It's in its final state. I reworked the center area of the painting. I was not satisfied with it. It felt off balance and to heavy. I put a b/w camouflage image over the painted area. It brought the painting together with more of a balance.