Click the button below to see the daily progress of All Art Must Die (above) and Suffragette (below). All Art Must Die is nearly finished. I am just working my way backwards making sure all of the details and lines are accurate.
Suffragette has all 60 canvases completed now. I am going to start working on the overall composition. Each 12 x 12 in. canvas has two black edges and two white edges to emphasize the two halves. When hanging the pieces I make sure that the edge matches the edge beside it, which creates the diagonal pattern you see above. I have some great students that I am going to have take turns arranging it to see which composition is the strongest.
Two new canvases are stretched. I'm thinking of tackling a self portrait and a still life.
They will have to be weirdly layered with imagery of course.
It is officially lisasearsart.com!
So I have updates for All Art Must Die and Suffragette on the Progressions page. They are both getting close to having their base coats done.
Also, much to my (and surely Bic Mitchum's) despair, I was not selected as an artist for the Speedway project. Oh well, more time to paint strange things and get poorer.
The paintings that were in the First in Line show will continue to be on display at the Raymond James Stutz Gallery until January 4th.
IDADA First in line Show
This year’s show and sale will span two days and take place at the Raymond James Stutz ArtSpace, 212 W. 10th St. The official First in Line event will be held on Thursday, December 3rd, with an opening reception from 6:00-6:55pm and sale from 7:00-9:00 pm. Remaining works will be available for sale the following evening, during the IDADA First Friday Art Tour from 6:00 – 9:00 PM.
I donated the following three pieces.