A Small But Important Journey - Original Painting
Oil on Canvas. 60" wide x 48" high. Framed in a simple wood lattice frame and ready to hang.
This painting was completed in 2020 and is part of the series called the Museum of Bad Judgement.
The Museum of Bad Judgement is a series of paintings based in an unpublished memoir written by my grandfather called Some Interesting Criminal Cases I Have Tried. He was an attorney in several towns in Oregon, and his memoir covers eight murder cases that happened between the 1940's and the 1960's.
Read more about the project in my blog post from 1/12/20 in the News section of my website. This image is from the State vs. Layton case. That last sentence will make sense when you read the blog post.
I started this painting just as the COVID-19 pandemic was getting started. We were all entering a new, intense experience. The whole world was entering uncharted territory. I feel like that adds to the mystery and depth of this painting.
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