With the brimstone aroma of questionable meat still in the air, I chose the other white meat as my subject. If I felt good about the beef, I feel even better about the pork.
Lucky Pork Chop
, 8" x 8", oil on panel
I've been painting and drawing and making things now for some number of decades. You would imagine that by now I wouldn't be so surprised when something turns out well. I don't mean to imply that it always happens or is even common (see the post about the recent Habanero). But when it does happen, it's as though someone has handed me a winning lottery ticket. Maybe someone has. Good things are afoot. Several new galleries have contacted me about showing work. I don't know that I believe in luck but let's pretend I do. Please wish me luck.
That pork chop is hot. I want one.
Always I find some new painting and your creativity is also amazing.I must say you had a great view of seeing things and great talent of painting art.Well I wish you continue the same and entertain everyone with different things.