I was fortunate enough to spend Thanksgiving in Hawaii with family. Grateful for the trip and inspiration.
One of ten small paintings for Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. These paintings are all done on 5”x5” cradled board. The edge is 1.5” and I finished it with a lovely gold leaf.
The shorter daylight hours brings dramatic sunlight to the north country. Fewer people and more loons, a solid trade off. This painting was inspired by North Idaho, the country I am calling home.
A new commission I finished painting and have now shipped across the country. This project was arranged through Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina.
I am putting together a collection of 10 miniature paintings for Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. They will be traveling to LA for an art show with the gallery.
The wooden edges on these boards is 1.5” thick so I decided to coat them with gold leaf. It ended up being a beautiful decision but my studio has a lot of gold stuck to the floor.
These two paintings are now framed and available in Jackson, Wyoming at Horizon Fine Art Gallery!
I received a phone call from RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. They were letting me know they had sold some of my paintings. This was one of the pieces that found a new home.
This article was published online today.
Another painting inspired by the season. Heartache echoing across the years.
This large painting has shipped to Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. The painting is a pretty special one. I was planning to save it for my solo show in Astoria, Oregon this June but Momentum needed more work so off it went.
It was a long week of framing, packing and shipping. Finding time to paint here and there but the other work was overwhelming my time. Looking forward to digging in next week in the studio.