Thank you Topnotch for displaying “One Fine Day” at the Spa Entrance.
Just after the November Residency, I set up at an Art & Craft show at the Sheraton in Burlington Vermont.
Below are some photos of the booth. (try not to focus on the carpet.)
( Unfortunately, it was not the right place to sell large, abstract paintings! 🙁 Even after an attempt to get people to rethink large paintings….
November 2016 was great!
I had a whole month of non-stop painting at the Vermont Studio Center (VSC) in Johnson, VT. It was a very productive time!
Here’s the crew that was there (photo by H Romero):
And here’s where we were…
Here’s my studio and the 29 paintings completed!
First painting: 84″ x 164″
next, a set of smaller 44″ x 36″,
Then an experimental, two-sided painting on clear plastic,
Then a pair of 6′ x 6′ warm and cool paintings,
Followed by three small 44″ x 36″ paintings,
and then 5 more small (44″x36″) paintings,
Then two large, 6′ x 6′,
And then another 6′ x 6′,
and another 6′ x 6′ in green,
Two more 6 footers,
And then the final two, (with me in the middle) – (photo by H Romero)
Here’s a final panarama photo (take by Thayer) of some large paintings completed. Thanks for your interest.
Thank you Hotel Vermont for hosting four paintings in conjunction with Art Hop 2016!
Thank you to Ten Bends Beer for featuring Two Faces in their tasting room!
A quick walk-through of Seb Sweatman’s 11 pieces currently up at the Vermont Contemporary Art Space Summer show. The show is open until October 16, 2016. Come visit!
Going counter clockwise (to the right) as you come down the three stairs into the finished gallary space, are Seb’s two larger paintings. “Love is Red”, is on the right, and “One way to hell” is on the left.
Then, facing the two paintings above is “Yellow Door”, painted in 2014.
Next to City Lights is “While Red and Blue slept, Orange crept in”.
And opposite Composition 9, on the panel is “Dentist visit”, finished in 2016.
And then, the final piece is “Got religion”, 2016. The sculpture on the left is “Two Plant Forms” in steel, by Alexandra Heller.