A small study in the studio today. Our snow has turned back to rain and watching it on the water is always a meditative experience.
This is one of two paintings I am packing up. They will be shipped to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole. I am thankful for all the galleries around the country that are asking for my work. It is tough making a living as a painter, galleries are one of the components I rely upon.
Her husband commissioned this as a Christmas Gift for her but couldn’t wait until the Holiday!
Today we have a few inches of snow in North Idaho. Nothing but snow for days according to the forecast! Regardless of the date winter has arrived.
So it seemed appropriate to post this warm campfire painting. There is so much I want to work on but it is hard not to switch gears to some winter scenes…
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Another small water piece. This one sold along with other 10″ water painting I recently posted. I am varnishing them now!
In my life I have felt like a negative soul. Still it seems the act of creation is an act of optimism.
A photo from Momentum Gallery in Asheville, N.C. The photo was kindly taken and shared by an Instagram friend! Thank you so much Tina! @tinahonerkampart
Last weeks TBT has inspired me to pursue some small water panels.
15”x6 1/4” acrylic
Mountains to the East roll into Montana. Lake Pend Oreille is what drew me to North Idaho.