The past two courses at SCAD Savannah College of Art and Design have provided excellent opportunities to explore new content in my work: Race and Religion. After painting Listen, 36×48 oil on panel in the summer of 2020, a surge of energy to explore uncharted territory with an ounce of uncertainty was present rather thanContinue reading “If not by lips, by hand”
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Road Trip: Painting from memory
This morning I asked myself “Why do you paint in these colors?” These colors mean I’m going somewhere. Every summer rise and shine mom would wake up my little brother and I to go to grandmothers. A three hour trip now down to 2.5 from TN through NC to GA through Sam’s Gap. Not untilContinue reading “Road Trip: Painting from memory”
You can see the plume grass throughout the town of Marshall, NC on the hillside with little puff flurries blowing in the wind like snowflakes. The plumes look electric when the sun is shining through. I’d like to play with the layering and landscape here, then move on to seeing the plumes in unexpected colorsContinue reading “Plume Grass”
Grass in Gallery
Grass in Crit Gallery
Today I wanted to see how my work looked the critique gallery. I love how they look together, but also love the pink one beside this cool portrait.
25 Works Presentation & Process
Paige Byrne Slide Presentation Looking to paint big and transform my work through the MFA painting program at SCAD has been a great experience in developing content, composition and color palette.
Art News SKTCS
ArtNews SKTCS 1:3 17-18
Savannah Studio at SKTCS
Soon a brand new school will open, Susie King Taylor Community School. Today as the art teacher for SKTCS, I set up the studio along with all the other new teachers setting up their classrooms. The building was former private school that closed doors in 2015 and left some furniture behind for everybody to scavengeContinue reading “Savannah Studio at SKTCS”
Art News 1st Six Weeks
Art News: First Six Weeks
SFMOMA you gotta go-a!!
Every floor, every turn and every space of SFMOMA was filled with an exciting, joyful and remarkable work of art! While in San Francisco for three nights, we did everything else but go to SFMOMA, but the next week while in Berkeley I decided to zip back over on the BART and I’m so thankful.Continue reading “SFMOMA you gotta go-a!!”