We are planning to attend the closing show at the Blaubak Gallery on January 1st. For me, seeing these paintings, in a large grouping, with such good lighting, has been a real treat. I will be happy to have our personal collection of paintings back in our bedroom. Having lived with them for so long, they have been missed. I particularly enjoy watching the change of light and the corresponding change of colors of these special high metallic content paints.
We are discussing with a filmmaker friend the idea of producing a YouTube video of our painting style. I would like to show, from a black canvas, each brushstroke in high speed filming, to the finishing touches of a Spacescape painting. Rifleart has been quite the spectator event that to me equals the joy of watching a good glassblower at work. This way we can share this event with more of you that can not make it out to the range on painting day.
We are gearing up for this seasons first painting. Our plan is to do a more elaborate Spacescape series on 36 X 48 canvases. Our first experimental attempt has quite the visual impact due to its large size. This seasons production will move along at a much slower pace with much thought put into each brushstroke. As the size of the canvases has increased, it has become necessary to slow the pace.
With the closing of the Blaubak show, we will be seeking out another showing. Team Rifleart is already discussing the logistics of our next show. Lynn Bier is particularly excited to perform another gallery composition with these paintings. Please let us know of any new possibilities of a gallery showing that you may be aware of. As always, thanks for the interest and support, Glenn