Wednesday, November 21, 2012

20,000 miles and never touch the ground

by Geoff Slater

It's been a busy, busy, busy number of months with a few of Skype classroom visits with  students in Washington State and Missouri. (If you are interested in having me "visit" your classroom virtually, just contact me.)




I've also been painting some commissions for cruise ship presentations...





And there have been private commissions...



Now, I am finishing up a painting which is heading to the Beaverbrook Art Gallery for an upcoming fundraising exhibit. It's called, "20,000 miles and never touch the ground" It will be for sale beginning November 28, 2012. Can you guess the subject?


~Geoff

Friday, April 27, 2012

Private Mural - 6 (Complete!)

It's finished!





~Geoff

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Private Mural - 5

The ship is complete...


 

~Geoff

Private Mural - 4

Another update... the sky and ground are nearing completion...


~Geoff

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Private Mural - 3

The sky, water and ground are almost complete. Next I will be adding a ship in the water...






~Geoff

Monday, April 16, 2012

Private Mural - 2

Some more photos of the in-progess private mural.




~Geoff

Friday, April 13, 2012

Private mural

I've put housebuilding on the back burner for a while so I can concentrate on some art-related projects. The first of these is a mural in a private home.

The mural is in on the side wall of a stairwell so I've set up staging to work from.

Here are the first photos with more to follow in the days to come.







~Geoff

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Morning at the new house

Sometimes, after a big push, it's nice to just sit back, relax and think... yep, it's all been worth it.


Now - back to work!

~Geoff

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Art, Music and the Sounds of Construction

It's been a while since I've posted. Building a house will do that to a guy.



We began construction of our new home in November. Today, just over three and a half months later, we are at the stage where we can almost move in. It's been a marathon with zero hours left in the day for artmaking.

However, over the holidays I was able to take some time off to design an image for the East Tennessee State University Department of Music's Spring Concert Brochure.

Here's how it turned out...

Front Cover

Inside -- Page 9
Inside back cover



The full program will soon be posted online at the ETSU website: http://www.etsu.edu/cas/music/

That's all for now. Short, but sweet.

~Geoff