I was pleased to sell these new paintings to a local collector. Apparently social media is still working! She stumbled across my Facebook site a month ago and decided she needed some of my art. It was nice avoiding the shipping charges!
A meditative little waterscape painting on a dark Friday morning. I am still painting these 12”x16” boards… I will have to switch it up a bit. Enjoy the weekend.
The beauty of the lake is a constant source of inspiration. Magical lighting and moments that disappear far too quickly.
Chill of Time
I am continuing to capture the feelings of February. The daylight is stretching and our winter snow is receding. I know winter has not finished with us.
A new winter scene on the studio easel. I love nature, it is a constant source of inspiration and joy. I tend to use nature as a jumping off point. My paintings tend to be fantastical dreamscapes, this is a good example. The paint is also the subject, I obsess over paint blending and mark making.
Drift Away (WIP)
A new painting, probably finished but I am setting on my newly installed studio shelf while I switch gears and turn it up to 11.
A large seascape in the studio. I love empty atmospheric paintings. This is a landscape void of land, filled with light. Check out the goofy reel to see it moving around in my studio!
I have been rearranging and clearing out my studio for a few months. Trying to optimize the space and make it more aesthetically pleasing. Along the way I have found some forgotten paintings that I really like. These two were from 2018, They will be on display in my studio once again!
Winter Guards (SOLD)
I was happy to sell this new painting to a collector in Denver. The painting is on canvas panel so I skipped the floater frame and went with a different style… lucky he also loved the gold frame!
A bit of January’s mood on canvas panel. Each day we gain about a minute of added daylight. I am slowing the passing of time by monitoring this glacial change.