Enjoying these modest sized panels. I have been prepping a lot of large boards as well, mixing up the scale.
16”x16” and 18”x18”
A lineup of wave paintings from last week. This week I will refocus on commissions and bigger projects.
Mist, forest and water are some of the best components of the Northwest. There are moments of solitude in nature that have shaped me.
It is difficult, I am difficult. Thinking back to past relationships I see my faults. I see my wrongs in the darkest manner. Thinking forward as a person of growth I see the changes needed. I want to evolve, I want to be better. Here I am.
A recent piece of mine that is on the road to Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina.
In 4th grade the cutest little girl used to ride on our bus. I tried to sit near her as we all did, she was the sun. She laughed, entertained and generally brightened each day. One winter morning she looked into my eyes and said, “You are like a very sad old man.” My heart collapsed even as other children erupted in laughter.
Those words haunted me across the years. I have tried to be upbeat and find my own laughter. In the end the cute little prophet had it right.
Playing around with some waves.
This is is another painting taking the long trip to Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina.
One of four paintings I am shipping to Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. This is a new gallery for me, excited about the opportunity!
This seems like the album cover for a band I was never in.