I would like to introduce the latest batch of TINY-SMALLS. I have officially reached and passed the 200 number, excluding commissions. It is pretty exciting and a little overwhelming to photograph, keep up with, and create them. Simply labeling each with its number has really helped my organization. Again, a Tiny-Small equals a 3.25" x 2" or 2" x 3.25", oil on panel. They also now feature drilled holes, for hanging, courtesy of my father-in-law Reeves! Reeves is a whiz with all things including my mundane painting questions and requests.

TS 181
TS 182
TS 183
TS 184 
TS 185 
TS 186
TS 187
TS 188
TS 189 
TS 190 
TS 191
TS 192
TS 193
TS 194 
TS 195
TS 196 
TS 197
TS 198
TS 199
TS 200 (painted while watching Breaking Bad)
TS 201
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TS 204

Also I have final images for several of the other paintings previously posted. I am still unsure about titles, but that is always the case. Trying to pin down the subject matter in a concise way is very difficult for me. Often I think this is because I am trying to create a mood or potential narrative for the viewer and do not want the title to get in the way through over specificity...but how many backyard titles can one person have before they become derivative? I think I am definitely on that border.

Wooden Bridge with Six Dogs, 30" x 40", oil on canvas

Line Judges, 24" x20", oil on canvas 
Field Notes, 30" x 22", oil on paper

The Creek, 20" x 24", oil on canvas


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