Sunday, January 20, 2008

Sneak Peek from the next exhibition



I've been binge-painting again, . . . not much sleep, . . . but happy with the results thus far. I thought I'd post one of the paintings going to the next exhibition.

He is Sad Mr Grimace

I wanted to show a subtle sadness to his expression and also maintain the level of kindness in his face that I like to imply in most of the characters that I paint.

He's part of a family of underground dwellers that usually live under old oak trees.
They usually don't like to pose for photographs because the flash makes their hair stand up.

10 comments:

Brian said...

Very nice work Travis. I love the subtlety in your paintings.

How long does it take to paint one piece on average.

Brian

Ambera said...

You captured that slight sadness, but he still looks approachable. I think his bowtie might be the most adorable thing I've ever seen. Great job on his eyes, they're arresting and you can't help but be drawn to them as the focus of the painting. This is wonderful!

Skywalker said...

Everytime I'm speechless seeing your astounding technique...Another great work

Devilshe said...

I have to say that I really do like your work a lot! It´s always a surprise, it makes me lose my words... :)

Designs by CK said...

Hi Travis! I was just acquainted with your work for the very first time today. Your artwork is breathtakingly beautiful! WOW

I just checked out your website and everything is lovely. I have linked your website/blog as favorites on mine. Hope you won't mind!

Cheers from a fellow artist.

Best,
Chris :)

Maxomat said...

Great work!!!

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http://www.maxomat.com
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Christie said...

AMAZING!

amy sol said...

i see that little melancholy reflection but it still warms my heart ^_^

MARILLA said...

yahhooo! Travisuuu~!!..how are you,,?
yes, i was glad to see you, and fun to eat yummy food with...
and kicked out was pretty...exciting. ha.ha. we should DO AGAIN!

BunnyBones said...

holy crappers. i'm in LOVE with your paintings.. ;o)