Last night at the O'hanlon Artist circle the question was brought up about titles of art. How does one title their art? Is a title necessary? Where does a title lead the viewer? I sheepishly raised my hand and told this very experienced group, "I sometimes post a painting on FaceBook and ask for suggestions". Yea, there was a gasp, but hey that's the way I roll! It's sometimes a private process, sometimes a collaboration. Facebook name requested for the painting below and t
Often I wonder after a purchase of a painting where will it go?! I have reached out to several of my previous clients and asked that they send me a picture of their newly purchased art and it's new living space. A new piece of art can spice up a wall, or a room in your office or home. Instead of reinventing the wheel, a piece of art work will bring new focus and life to a room. I'm adding a new section to my website called. "Where does it go"? If it speakes to you...own it.
Abstract landscapes, vintage cars and trailers, I wake up with full paintings in my mind. I just need a canvas! A beautiful location, a car parked on the street, a photograph motivates me to create too. My style is loose and colorful with the goal of inviting, transporting the viewer into further conversation about the piece. Do you ever have a project completed in your imagination before ever starting it? I want to hear about it. Commissioned pieces are exciting too. With th