Thursday, December 30, 2010

Lottie's collection.

Through the years many of my pieces hung in my mother-in-law's home. When our Grossie died early this month, I photographed her entire collection which follows here.
Below is an oil painting done on canvas in 1968. It is 24" x 24".
 The following blue oil painting, done in 1968, is 36" x 24"
 Below is the only piece I ever painted with house paint (lack of supplies in college!) 1968 36" x 30"
 The magazine images were put together by making transparencies and overlapping them.  1969 36" x 30"
 Below is a colored pencil drawing done in 1970 especially for Lottie's kitchen.
 Two oil on canvas works that can be joined either left or right. 1970 22" x 16" high and 38" x 16" high

 Another collage from the pages of National Geographic. 1970 26" x 9"
 One of my first textured paintings - done after graduating from college in 1971. 10" x 12"
 Textured painting done in 1974. 24" x 14"
 Below another textured painting done in 1974. 28" x 12"
 A three piece textured painting with some magazine pictures done in 1975. 26" x 36"
 A splattered watercolor painting done in 1976. 36" x 24"
 Below, a larger textured painting done in 1977. 37" x 28" 
 Another textured painting follows, from 1979. 40" x 30"
 A smaller textured work in butterscotch. 1979 12" x 15"
 A larger seven piece painting approximately 48" x 36". 1979
 Small textured painting from 1980. 9" x 12"
 Magazine photos again. 1982 24" x 12"
 The following four collages were done on the backs of paneling samples - all approximately 24" x 18". 1983

 Below is an acrylic painting done on canvas. 32" x 40" 1983
A textured painting from 1985 follows. 36" x 24"
 Two puzzles which follow were coated with polymer medium. 1985

 Below are two textured paintings done in 1997 which were part of a remodeling of the living room. 36" x 24"

 Above & below are two recents works commemorating the births of Lana & Sophia. 8.5" x 12"


FanOfReds said...

There's some amazing artwork in there - I love the variety of all your projects!

Andrew Wales said...

It is really neat to see the evolution of your style. I hope some of these will be in your retrospective so I can see them in person! You are a true artist.

Paul Bozzo said...

Happy New Year Chris & Andy! And yes, I'll have some of the pieces in the Exhibition in Allen Hall with Tom Loomis. Should be fun!