My recent collection of large paintings. These are all on deep cradled 36”x48” boards.
These four paintings are now at the Confluence Gallery in Twisp Washington. I am having a show called “Darkening Light” at that Gallery and it opens this Friday (running through early November). I brought approximately 20 paintings in total for the show.
The dark mysterious gloom of the Pacific Northwest can at times be mood altering. It is also very beautiful and inspirational!
This is a 24″x24″ acrylic & open acrylic painting on plexiglass panel.
I had to ship out these 19 little guys on my lunch break today. They are off to a “small painting” show. Hopefully they find their way to the proper place!
This weekend I flew up to Ketchikan to help pack up the “Empty Spaces” show. It was a great experience in a beautiful location. The town has a very active and engaged artist community.
I sold six paintings and it is nice to know those pieces will be part of Alaska. Some of them will reside on the waterfront with views much superior to The my studio.
I hope to make it up to this country again.
When I was photographing the Agrestic Macabre paintings there was some curiosity around their presence. I couldn’t resist the urge to take a cat/bird photo, it also puts their scale in perspective.
This was the second in a triptich that I did called “Other Spaces”. The images were simple and bleak but interesting, particularly together. I used paint brushes and a 24″ squeegee to create these paintings that are 20″ x 20″ each.