More space exploration...

This morning I started thinking more about black holes and event horizons. I'm already thinking about edges, boundaries and thresholds and now here's a line in space, that when crossed, has enormous consequences. I was trying to figure out how to portray that feeling of gravity or pulling of an object getting sucked from light into darkness. This space object or star looks more like it's happy in orbit, maybe just before the beginning of its end.

 Work in progress, acrylic on birch panel, 42 x 28 inches

Work in progress, acrylic on birch panel, 42 x 28 inches

October 3

I got to spend time in the studio on my birthday with my favorite helper. We started working on this painting together. It helps to have such a free spirit insist on helping you with your work; I am glad I was able to relinquish control of the paintbrush.

Meet me for coffee!

Hi friends. My paintings are now up at Coffeehouse Northwest on Burnside! I have the pleasure of showing my work alongside wonderful mixed media pieces by Dvora Robinson. The show will be up until March 29 and we will be celebrating with a reception on Thursday, March 5 from 6-8 p.m.  Let's meet up for coffee (1951 W. Burnside) or maybe I'll see you on the 5th for a glass of vino! Hope to see you soon.

Aylward-Robinson showcard Coffeehouse Northwest