Thursday, November 9, 2017

Showing with a new Gallery... David Ericson Fine Art


 The Honesty of His Efforts, 30"x 40", oil on canvas.


His Final Inspection, 30"x 40", oil on canvas.


To Move Things Along, 16"x 20", oil on canvas.


Together with Care, 16"x 20", oil on canvas.


Hold it Steady, 16"x 20", oil on canvas.


In all this Madness, 16"x 20" oil on canvas.


He Shall Go Forth, 16"x 20", oil on canvas.

 

Yearning to Breath, 12"x 12", oil on canvas. 

Dropped off some paintings to the David Ericson Gallery this past month. Dave is a great guy and the roster of artists is amazing. What an honor to join their team.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Going Forth


Paintings are similar to mirrors, they reflect back more about us than we realize. Our reactions often expose things about us that we do not expect.

Going Forth for me is a painting about hope, clinging to the one light on the horizon and moving toward it. Others have told me it expresses the exact opposite, or at least until they read the title.
Oil on canvas, 36"x 48", Sold at Terzian Galleries

Friday, October 6, 2017

Abandoning Reason






Abandoning Reason, oil on canvas, 36"x 48"

I started these sketches the night of Brexit. I was pretty shocked at what had happened and how a nation made a decision without knowing what it meant. The news of them googling "What is Brexit" after having voted for it, shocked me. 

So I started thinking that we often make decisions without realizing the consequences. Some are small and meaningless while some are gigantic and horrific. I started thinking that three British bobbies jumping in the harbor was a funny symbol of reason being abandoned. The positive is that while a little cheeky, these men will dry off and learn from their mistakes and hopefully we as a society can do the same. It is dripping in irony of the super logical jumping fully clothed into the water. Almost as though Sherlock Holmes himself had lost his mind. 

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

#Hayestough







I was recently on the news after painting a piece for my buddy's wife. It was an emotional experience painting a little angel who recently passed away. This family is stronger than any of us realize. 

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Mine Eyes Have Seen, 12"x 12", oil on panel


Every spring I watch Ken Burn's series on the Civil War. It is one of the best documentary series I have ever seen. I love all the old photos they share. This little face has haunted me for a while now, so I had to paint him. I have wondered what his eyes witnessed as our nation went to war with itself.

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Thank you for your support!



Submerged in the Task, 24"x 30", oil on canvas.


To Be of Us, 24"x 30", oil on canvas.


Thank you to all the people who showed up and supported us last week. We had an amazing weekend! The show will be up at Terzian Galleries in Park City until February 15th.

http://terziangalleries.com/portfolio_category/zachary-proctor-artworks/

Thursday, February 2, 2017

One-man Show at the Terzian Galleries in Park City


This weekend I am having a one man show at the Terzian Galleries in Park City, Utah. There is an opening on Friday February 3rd, from 6-9pm and Saturday the 4th from 3-6pm. There will be 18 new paintings available for viewing. All of the paintings are blue collar workers depicted in the midst of their work. This piece is titled Moving in Common Rhythm, oil on canvas, 42"x 42".

Monday, December 19, 2016

The New Westward at the Tucson Museum of Art



Leading West, 48"x48", oil on canvas


Bound For Glory, 30"x 30", oil on canvas


I was recently invited to participate in a show at the Tucson Museum of Art. They included these two train paintings of mine. It is an incredible honor to hang in this prestigious museum and alongside the amazing artists in this show. If you are in the area enjoying the weather, swing in and enjoy some art. The show will be up until early February. 



Thursday, December 1, 2016

Some Fun Paintings from the Summer



Living in the Present, 24"x 30", oil on canvas


Foolish but Faithful, 24"x 24", oil on canvas


On the Other Side of Fear, 24"x 24", oil on canvas

Here are a few fun small paintings I did this summer for the Rare Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Check out their gallery up there if you are in the area. http://raregalleryjacksonhole.com/home.html 





Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Always fun to sell a few paintings.


Mistakes Were Made, 14"x 11", oil on canvas.


True to the Call, 14"x 11", oil on canvas.


Fixed Transmission, 14"x 11", oil on canvas.