One of a series of five new books just out from Mark Twain Media. You can preview them by following the link. I wrote them last year and think they offer fresh, practical approaches to some neglected subjects for middle school educators.
Part of my Bridge Series, this abstract acrylic painting on canvas explores abstract patterns of light and shadow under the 210 freeway bridge between LA and Pasadena, California. Date is approximate. Between 1994 and 1998. Stored off bars. Ships rolled in a tube.
Need to teach irony or other literary elements? Preview this new book from Mark Twain Media. I was pleased to find that this book, and the other four I wrote for this series are now available from Mark Twain Media.
A contemporary figurative acrylic painting. The model is an LA area artist's model, a former dancer who worked at various art schools and centers in the area. Date approximate. Framed, but can be rolled or shipped without frame. Not charging for frame.
I am uploading my Bridge Series paintings to Saatchi. They were done in the late nineties before we moved to Colorado. I was intrigued by a group of bridges over the Arroyo Seco between LA and Pasadena, California. They bridge realism and abstraction. My inspiration was a group of bridge studies by Gustave Caillebotte. I saw them at a show at the LA County Museum of Art.
Part of my Bridge Series, this abstract acrylic on canvas painting was inspired by supports of the 210 Freeway Bridge over the Arroyo Seco, Pasadena. The painting has been stored off the bars and ships rolled. The date is approximate. Sometime between 1994 and 1998.
Rachelle Gardner, as usual, has a lot of smart insights on what your query rejection might mean: Decoding Query Rejections I can concur with her anecdote about some queriers writing back to argue with...