Thursday, April 25, 2013
I'm considering entering ArtPrize, the art competition in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I, however, have not the entrance fee nor the funds to mat and/or frame anything for it. But, if I do enter, one of these two pieces will be the one. They're roughly the same size (36"x48") and both tributes to Jack Nicholson.
Thursday, April 18, 2013
I JUST finished the final piece for Nuttall Art Studio's 3 Year Anniversary celebration on Saturday, April 20th! Here are the pieces I'll be raffling off ($1 raffle: each ticket is $1 and you can buy as many as you want and put in to win whichever ones you want):
Sunday, April 7, 2013
As I'm sure you all know, NUTTALL ART STUDIO is celebrating its 3 year anniversary with a celebration Saturday, April 20th from 1-5pm at Nuttall Art Studio in downtown West Branch, Michigan. Oh, and you are invited. With every anniversary, I offer free food and drinks, as well as the $1 raffle. I raffle off about three pieces of artwork specially made for the anniversary. Every person who buys a raffle ticket (did I mention it's only for $1?) also gets a free cartoon sketch, as I know the deep burn one feels when one spends money in hopes of winning something, only to walk away empty-handed. So, even if you DON'T win the raffle, you still get a drawing. We will also have LIVE music for the event, as local musician/writer/city councilman Tim Schaiberger will be performing. This here oil painting is ONE of the pieces of artwork being raffled off- So, with the exception of the $1 raffle, it's ALL FREE, and you're than welcome to bring as many guests as you'd like, and stay as long as you wish (even if only for 5 minutes)!!
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
This is a link to my Favorites playlist on Youtube. In it you'll find the first few episodes of the mini-docu-web-series "Paint It, Nuttall!" by Michigan filmmaker Pauline Johnson. It ranges from 2009-2012 (maybe even 2008. I can't remember). I'd greatly appreciate it if you'd view them, like them and share them to spread word about the series and my work, as well as the filmwork of Mrs. Johnson.