A small waterscape painted on panel.
Photographing some of my paintings this morning. Anything that isn’t painting feels like a distraction, but it is part of the gig.
Water can be a source of peace and tranquillity. I find when painting images like this I get lost in the work and it soothes my mind.
Probably my favorite painting of 2020 is 20% off for one more day at Radius Gallery!
I have a fondness for desolation and solitude. The warmth and light in this piece is all the companionship needed.
Inspiration from Lake Pend Oreille in Idaho. This time of year the last sun blasts the mountains to the east. A true spectacle of color.
A couple recent works that pair well, influence from morning hikes. Starting with small studies can either lead to larger pieces or satisfy the need.
A little mood on this Monday morning.
I finished this apocalyptic beauty over the weekend. This image is from a high resolution photograph in my studio this morning.
More inspiration from the forest. I am very fortunate to live close to a National Forest trailhead. I have been using it constantly and it renews my inspiration daily. With so much snow already building up, not sure if I will be able to keep it up… I will try.