This week on my drawing board

I spent a lot of time preparing my prints for the opening of Treehaus, a new boutique that opened last Saturday in Atwater Village, Los Angeles. This is really what I did over the last two weeks between meetings and framing and other such runnings around. 

I took a little time to get a shot or two of some pieces framed.

Little towhead

The third in my fruit pie series. One more to go!

Snoballs. One of several new prints I'm making to replenish my depleted Etsy inventory.

Doris's hat. A riff on a hat i saw in an old film, and vintage TWA travel posters.

Last Saturday at the laundromat.

Abstract Saturday: Roger Hilton

Roger Hilton (1911-1975) was a British abstract expressionist painter of German extraction. My favorites are his yellow, brown and black works.

May 1961

Untitled, 1956 Oil on Canvas 35.5 x 40.5 cms (13.95 x 15.92 in) via

Untitled by Roger Hilton

October 1955 by Roger Hilton was sold for £103,250 at Sotheby’s. Image: © Estate of Roger Hilton. All rights reserved, DACS 2010

Roger Hilton March 1960 via

January 1957

Roger Hilton Foliage with Orange Caterpillar 1974 via

January 1962

Grey Day by the Sea, February 1960 1960 Roger Hilton 1911-1975 Purchased 1960 via

March, 1955 via 

Roger Hilton | Composition II 1951 via Oil on canvas, 76.5 x 50.9 cm Collection: Southampton City Art Gallery

Untitled by Roger Hilton 1956 Oil on canvas, 55.5 x 76 cm Collection: Leicester Arts and Museums Service

Palisade, August 1959 via Oil on canvas, 152.4 x 137.5 cm Collection: National Galleries of Scotland

Jacqueline Chaumont

I can't tell you anything about this illustrator, sadly, but I came across these on the wonderful blog of Agence Eureka. There's a particular talent in doing so much with so little, as in these brilliantly simple illustrations. See lots more from this series here.

Illustrations de Jacqueline Chaumont pour "Toujours belle de la tête aux pieds" (1959)

Illustrations de Jacqueline Chaumont pour "Toujours belle de la tête aux pieds" (1959)