From the Allen Fine Art Studio
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This is one that I started Plein Air on the patio last year, then it poured! So I finished it in the studio this April.
Buds are appearing on the iris this spring! Watching daily to see if they are ready to paint.
The snow storm this past weekend got one of them! Hope the others will bloom.
Fifty Shades of Green
May 1st to June 30th, 2017
©Golf Series 3 ©Golf Series 7 ©Golf Series 10
To purchase these paintings, contact:
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Denver, CO 80222
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Im so honoured to be in the Index of Canadian Artists (Visual Arts)
---A Rιpertoire des artistes canadiens (Arts visuels)
Scroll down on the first page to Allen .you cant miss it!
Im in some very great company!
Merci Franηois Lareau!
Run Off DeLaney Farm has a good home in Ontario, Canada!
©Run Off DeLaney Farm
This wonderful winter scene was painted at DeLaney Farm Historic District in Aurora Colorado.
I spent many happy hours painting there in all kinds of weather.
This painting below was based on daylilies growing by a wall of the John Gully Homestead House.
And I painted the Old Round Barn a couple of times.
©Delaney Farm Round Barn ©The Round Barn
I remember one time a reporter stopped to see what I was doing out
on such a cold day! And there was a photo and article in the paper the next day!
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Note to self: Remember, you cant go forward looking back! Author Unknown
Back to the easel!
PAAC's 21st Annual National Show
Entry Deadline May 15, 2017
PAAC is pleased to announce our 2017 Annual National Exhibition and Sale will be at Mary Williams Fine Arts in Boulder,
September 8-October 7, 2017
I will be showing these two paintings at the show in the Founder/Signature/Emeritus room.
Our Canadian friends will be interested in this invitation from last months Profiled Artist Phil Chadwick:
Posted: 20 Apr 2017 09:59 AM PDT
artist and meteorologist Phil "the Forecaster" Chadwick in a
perspective- changing look at the genius of Tom Thomson as an artist through
the weather and inspired him...."
If there ever was a year to study the art of Tom Thomson, this is it, a hundred years after his passing. Canada lost a gifted artist way too soon. What might he have produced?
A chance inquiry from a friend at Killbear Provincial Park has grown into a tour of other Provincial Parks in late August... with maybe more on the way. I like to make every trip away from the lake count. Each presentation will be a bit different depending upon the interests of the group. Here is what I know so far..
Killbear Provincial Park Tuesday August 29th 8 pm
Algonquin Wednesday August 30th, 8 pm
Arrowhead Thursday August 31st, 8 pm
Bonnechere Friday September 1st, 8 pm
I will update this list and times...I arrive early and stay late to answer any questions. I've even been known to talk about the weather...
Shows You Must See!
At the Denver Art Museum:
April 9 July 16
Realness diptych each 108 Ό inches x 84 Ό inches Recently purchased for the DAM Collection!
Bradford works with black paper which he bleaches progressively to get the different colours.
There is a very interesting video of an interview with the artist in which he talks about his process.
Im going back to see it! And all the amazing work of Bradford.
Clifford Still. Dave is giving you a visual of the sizes!
I have several other great images of the show but I was enamored of all of Bradfords work! And Im a fan of Still!
I dont want to spoil your fun, so youll just have to get down to the DAM and check it out!
NOTES FROM NATURE: WHERE MUSIC AND ART FIND HARMONY
Plein Air Painters of America collaborate with the Parker Symphony to support the arts
Lorenzo Chavez Clair de Lune Oil 11 x 14 $2550
April 17, 2017, (Parker, CO). NOTES FROM NATURE plays on the vital intersection between art and music: visual images have inspired composures for centuries; music, likewise, has stirred mood, emotion and drawn a deeper understanding of sacred geometries in visual artists for as long as there has been music. Join us for a unique experience that melds both art forms, elevating and connecting the visual with the auditory, on May 5, when the Parker Symphony performs selected works based on nature from Debussy to Mendelsohn and Beethoven, and does so surrounded by the art of the Plein Air Painters of America (PAPA). PAPA members exhibiting works are John Budicin, John Cosby, Lorenzo Chavez, Louise DeMore, Andy Evansen, Gay Faulkenberry, West Fraser, Gerald Fritzler, Joe McGurl, Ned Mueller, Ralph Oberg, Joe Paquet, Jean Perry, Brian Stewart, Kate Starling, George Strickland, Linda Tippetts, Skip Whitcomb, and Dan Young. All paintings are for sale, proceeds go to support the art programing at the PACE Center and the Plein Air Painters of America.
Exhibition runs May 3-June 14, opening reception is May 5, from 6:00 to 7:30PM, followed by the Parker Symphony concert.
For more information and images, please contact: Carrie Glassburn, 303-805-3366.
Lorenzo Chavez Barn in Winter oil 10 x 12 $1750 Field study
Contact the artist about these two stunning paintings:
Newsletters I read!
OFFER BIRDS A DRINK 4/18/2017 2:16:38 PM: This one was really inspiring!
Kim Middletons wonderful birds and stories of her birding adventures, at home and abroad.
Size: 7 x 5