steven j. simmons - artist


The Westerly Handshakes

 

On Friday, May 8th, Cliffside Artists Collaborative (CAC) will hold an Art Auction at the Allardale Lodge in Medina, Ohio.  Half of the proceeds from this auction will benefit CAC, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing art education and art awareness programs for all ages.  

 

For more information please visit the CAC web site:

http://www.cliffsideartistscollaborative.org/

 

Pictured above is "The Westerly Handshakes," one of seven of my paintings that will be available at this event:

 

The Westerly Handshakes

Acrylic, tempera, spray-paint and fiberglass on canvas

17x17

2014



Left Turn At Albuquerque

 

Pictured above is my latest mini, completed last night, entitled "Left Turn At Albuquerque."  Really having fun lately with the combination of liquid paint and fiberglass.  

 

Left Turn At Albuquerque

Acrylic and fiberglass on canvas

2.5 x 3.5

2015



Yours truly (multi-tasking)

Greetings.  I have revised my Artist Statement page, including the new photo pictured above.  

 

To visit my Artist Statement page please click here:

http://stevenjsimmons.com/pages/artist-statement

 



Eugene's Euphoria

 

The phrase "living the dream" can be interpreted in a variety of ways, positive, sarcastic, etc.  The painting above is my one and only attempt to paint a dream that I had some time in 2008.  

 



Aguapooch

 

 

Pictured above is my latest mini: Aguapooch.

 

(Editor's note: March Madness comes in many forms!)

 

Aguapooch
Acrylic, tempera and fiberglass on canvas

3x3
2015



Lost And Found

 

Pictured above and below is another whimsical pieced completed this month as part of my "March Madness" series.  There's always a Cinderella this month, basketball or otherwise.  Note how the light really dances off of this in the detail shot below, creating a glassy effect.  

 

Lost And Found

Acrylic, tempera and fiberglass on canvas

9x12

2015


Lost And Found (detail)




Glass Eye Viewpoint

Pictured above is my latest painting entitled Glass Eye Viewpoint.  To view this painting in greater detail you can click here:

http://stevenjsimmons.com/images/glass-eye-viewpoint

 

 

Glass Eye Viewpoint

Acrylic, tempera and fiberglass on canvas

25 x 25

2015


Pictured above are the crocus sprouts that appeared in my backyard this week.  Last week they were buried under two feet of snow.  They look like fingers making a peace sign, don't they?  



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