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    David Hytone
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One of the pieces heading to the @linda_hodges_gallery booth at the #seattleartfair 
The Thing that is the Place that was
Acrylic, flashe, okawara on panel
24”x24” 2018
One of the pieces heading to the @linda_hodges_gallery booth at the #seattleartfair  The Thing that is the Place that was Acrylic, flashe, okawara on panel 24”x24” 2018
Bisque fire success. Thank you @jeffrymitchell for your generosity! Now to glaze ‘em up and sharpen those carpentry skills...
Bisque fire success. Thank you @jeffrymitchell for your generosity! Now to glaze ‘em up and sharpen those carpentry skills...
Detail, work no longer in progress. #lindahodgesgallery #seattleartfair
Been kinda dorking out on this dusky sunset vibe lately... (work in progress) #wip #sunset
Been kinda dorking out on this dusky sunset vibe lately... (work in progress) #wip  #sunset 
Some assembly required...
Some assembly required...
Detail, work in progress. #wip #painting
Detail, work in progress.
Detail, work in progress.
Detail, work in progress.
Detail, work in progress.
Ready to transfer.
Ready to transfer.
My drafting skills are dubious, but they’ll suffice enough to get the job done.
My drafting skills are dubious, but they’ll suffice enough to get the job done.
Calling this one done (except for the title)
Calling this one done (except for the title)
Detail, work in progress.
Detail, work in progress.
One of two of my paintings included in The Vanity of Earthly Achievements, opening this week at Orth Contemporary in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This show, curated by Griff Williams, which brings together the work of Tucker Nichols, John Herschend, Libby Black, Alice Shaw, Rex Ray, Richard Shaw, Hilary Pecis, Griff Williams and myself, explores contemporary themes discovered through the revisitation of historical still life. It looks to be a fantastic show and I’m thrilled to be included.

Somewhat Restless in Repose
acrylic, ink, okawara on panel 
39”x36”, 2018
One of two of my paintings included in The Vanity of Earthly Achievements, opening this week at Orth Contemporary in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This show, curated by Griff Williams, which brings together the work of Tucker Nichols, John Herschend, Libby Black, Alice Shaw, Rex Ray, Richard Shaw, Hilary Pecis, Griff Williams and myself, explores contemporary themes discovered through the revisitation of historical still life. It looks to be a fantastic show and I’m thrilled to be included. Somewhat Restless in Repose acrylic, ink, okawara on panel 39”x36”, 2018