Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Friday, July 15, 2011
The painting titled Doug’s Friend has been accepted for the Roberson Museum Regional Exhibition. Doug’s Friend was a great subject to paint, when I first saw him, I was struck by his physical look, the expressive squint and his garb, especially the cap and toothpick. It’s these attributes that I feel, really help define his character. The further I investigated; I discovered Doug’s friend is a retired school bus mechanic. You couldn’t ask for a better subject and at least for me, he is like a living/walking character of a Rockwell painting.
The painting is 22 x 26 inches and in oils and can be seen at the Roberson Museum, Binghamton New York. Join me at the opening reception July 8th, from 6-9pm.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Libby is a five year old chocolate lab, painted in oils on linen and ready to hang with continued painted gallery wrap edges.
Libby was painted as a donation to the Bark in the Park fundraiser. Broome area residents for K9s or Bark is a group of volunteers developing the first dog park in Binghamton. The park will be located near Cheri Lindsay Park in Binghamton.
June 24, 6-9
Atomic Tom’s Gallery
196 State Street
Interested in an oil portrait of your pet, contact me at ZeggArt@aol.com-
I’m accepting commissions now.