Friday, October 15, 2010

Weighted Hibernation

I've been working for a while on this new painting. It seems like my busyness is sinusoidal and this past month (and looking forward to next month) are the peak of the wave. If it is sinusoidal though, at least I can look forward to a little break after November.

Anyway, here is my new piece, Weighted Hibernation.

It is 38x40 in., oil on canvas. I have plans to make it one of two pieces that compliment and complete each other. Hopefully I can get that painting going soon.

As it turns out, I've got another month at Tango Gelato, so if you're in the area, go and check it out in person. It really is a piece I think benefits from seeing in real life.


lex said...

Jon - I LOVE IT! I like the combination of your recent elements together in one painting. Can't wait to see its pair!

celia said...

Too awesome!!! I agree it must be incredible to see it in person. I am still amazed how you use oil for your medium -with such detail. I agree with Lex - I can't wait to see your complimenting and competing work.

brittany kamai said...

the butterflies, the turtle, the beautiful woman, the entanglement of the ribbon. there is so much intricacy captured in this one painting i could stare at it for hours.

its very hard for me to say this since my obsession with the jellyfish painting is my most priced possession but this painting is getting quite close to it.

i am very,very impressed.