Phil Albritton Graphics

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Studio Update and Status Report

This studio workshop is taking forever to get finished! Right now it is a chaotic mess inside with tools strewn all over the place and projects, both art and workspace related, half completed and laying around everywhere. One problem is my time is split between here and traveling to Georgia to visit my little wife […]

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The Last Set-Up

I got this table from an art supply store in Atlanta back in 1986. Binders is the name of the store. I worked at their picture framing production location in Buckhead at the time and this table was damaged merchandise that I got at a very good price. Since 1986 I have done many, many […]

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April Has Arrived

And going fast. Last week my old friend John Prine died due to covid-19 complications. He escaped death several times by cancer only to be taken by this foul virus crap from China. He passed away on April 7th after getting it a week or so earlier. The world is a much emptier place without […]

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Moving Right Along

Since we are in the middle of a pandemic and everybody is socially isolating I have, for some strange reason, been motivated to do some painting…that is more painting than my normal snail’s pace. It might have something to do with my wife being here at home since her company went on lock down and […]

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New Work

I added a new completed bird painting to the oil painting gallery today. It’s been in the works for a while, but now its done. The Great Tit painting. If you get a chance check out the whole gallery. The plan is to do 2 more of these birds for a set of 4. Right […]

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New Stuff

By stuff I mean new brushes. I got me a few new small brushes. These little babies are not cheap either. I had to go out of my social isolation mode and venture over to the Hobby Lobby in Daphne to pick up a can of spray mount. I noticed a sign that said, “all […]

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New Art Gallery Site

I am constantly trying to figure out a way to improve how my art work is displayed on the internet. Previously I had the Zen Gallery installed at my web site server and even though it was practical and displayed the work adequately, it was not very exciting or “fresh” looking. So I decided to […]

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