Evasion 14" x 18", oil on canvas, 2020 This painting revisits the subject matter of "Evade" from 1998 –a painting which made a cameo appearance in "Furious Blunder from 2013. Below is a time lapse video of its creation:
Buckle My Shoe 14" x 18", oil on canvas, 2020 private collection This painting is a "re-do" of a watercolour I did in 1998 , but in oil this time. The background is a similar colour, but I decided to keep this simple and dispensed with the matrix pattern. Below is a time lapse video of its creation:
Lighthouse at Peggy's Cove 18" x 14", oil on canvas, 2020 This painting is based on a photo I took in 2003 when my sister, our cousin, and I took a road trip to the east coast of Canada (we only went as far as Halifax and didn't get to see Newfoundland). I waited until the whole piece was dry then I added a thin (but not thinned) layer of pure white over the lighthouse and the farther rocks to simulate fog. Below is a time lapse video of its creation:
The Child Looks Up 20" x 24", oil on canvas, 2019 private collection For some reason I decided to paint two pictures of "Baby Yoda" mostly concurrently (here's the other one ) and below is the time lapse video of its creation.
Baby Yoda 20" x 24", oil on canvas, 2019 As The Mandalorian TV series reached its end in December 2019 I really wanted to express my enjoyment of the show and the character of "The Child" AKA "The Asset" AKA "Baby Yoda" in a painting (which quickly became two paintings ). Partly because I'd been creating videos about my paintings for a few weeks at that point and partly because I was curious to see how it would turn out, I decided to record my progress on video (rather than my usual documentation in still images) and upload them to my channel as time lapse videos. And it was on New Year's Eve, 2019 that, while reviewing my rough cut of my other Baby Yoda time lapse video that I realized I was in love with the format and decided that that would be my next move; I would record and make time lapse videos of all my paintings from that point onward. I think it's great because it keeps me in the practice of painting more regular