Been working on a very intense painting involving crystals! It’s still very much a work in progress but here’s a couple of details shots!
I haven’t posted in forever but here’s my newest painting! It’s called Wind-walker and will be in Supersonic Electronic’s 3rd Invitational at Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco this January. It’s one of the biggest I’ve done in a long while. Hope you like!
oil on canvas mounted to panel
48 x 52 inches
I haven’t posted in forever! So here’s a new painting I just started. It’s gonna be big! I’ve been used to working small, but lately I’ve been rethinking that and looking into painting larger. I’m excited about this one so stay tuned!
Drawing I did recently of a sculpture student here at school.
Jourdan, charcoal, conte, pastel, and acetone transfer on paper, 2013
Allan Innman, Pointy Ear, oil on muslin mounted to panel, 6.75 x 6 inches, 2013.
This is a painting I finished up a few months ago of my ear. I got a Spock-like ear!
Allan Innman, Room With a View, oil on linen mounted to panel, 2013
Excited to finally be finished with this new painting! I’ve been working on it on and off for several months. It’s headed to the Supersonic Electronic Invitational in San Francisco for their January show at Spoke Art. It’s called “At the Drive In” and is oil on canvas. It’s inspired by my love of watching 2001: A Space Odyssey as a kid on VHS and not really understanding what in the world was going on… Hope you like!
Allan Innman, At the Drive In, oil on canvas mounted to panel, 2012
Allan Innman, Ring Pops, oil on canvas mounted to panel, 2012
I tried ring pops for the first time in years….they wouldn’t fit on my fat finger
I hadn’t mentioned this on tumblr, but I’m going to grad school! I’m headed to Athens, Georgia this fall to study at the Lamar Dodd School of Art at The University of Georgia. I couldn’t be more excited. Honestly, I didn’t think I was gonna get in! So I’m more than thrilled to be a candidate.
I’ve been waiting for this opportunity for years. After waiting for the right time - the time is now. Hopefully the post-undergrad years have allowed me to mature and hone my skills. I’m glad I didn’t rush into it.
UGA has an amazing program and is one of the best in the southeast. I’d be one of around 100 grad students in many different areas. I’ll be studying Drawing and Painting in a brand new 40 million dollar building complete with state-of-the-art facilities. Let’s hope I can still paint a few toy paintings, but who knows what I’ll be painting! I hope at least paintings with pop culture references. Just wanted to let all y’all know… - Allan