This painting was just sold through Haven Gallery in New York. It is part of a group exhibit that opened yesterday, art inspired by the Uffizi Gallery. This painting is an apocalyptic take on a Rembrandt etching of the same name.
This is a painting that draws inspiration from a Rembrandt etching of the same name. It will be part of a group show at Haven Gallery in New York late October. I am not allowed to show the final art until the show opens!
Today marks the conclusion of my solo exhibit “Dreams Between Darkness” at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. The show encapsulates a years worth of studio work. Strange to see it wrapping up. This particular paintings was one of the more surreal pieces in a show featuring 21 paintings.
Always had a soft spot for this painting, though it has been tough to photograph. It will be part of my upcoming solo show “Dreams between Darkness” opening June 11th at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. Check out the video to see it living in the studio.
Psychological landscape work! This apocalyptic piece has a tremendous presence in the studio.
I finished this apocalyptic beauty over the weekend. This image is from a high resolution photograph in my studio this morning.
This painting seemed like the perfect post for Halloween. Part of a series of dark tree imagery I created this year. I intended to paint some huge versions but the pandemic, fires and general apocalyptic vibe of the year dulled my enthusiasm… at least for now.
Today I am standing still, reflecting on previous paintings. Thinking about the way forward… possibly cleaning my studio.
One of my favorite paintings from a couple years back. This one is at The RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
This seems like the album cover for a band I was never in.