Painting a couple of cow portraits for a semi local Idaho gallery.
A glimmering little echo of the morning.
The two vertical paintings together one last time. I delivered the one on the right to a buyer. The one on the left is at my exhibit at the Vashon Center for the Arts on Vashon Island. The show opening is October 4th 6-9:00 PM.
So much work goes into a show! This is my third major exhibit of the year. California, Oregon and now Washington State! If you are near Vashon Island the Show opening is this Friday evening from 6:00 to 9:00 at the Vashon Center for the Arts!
Some new prints available at http://www.minted.com
It is fun to play around with sizes and framing options on their website!
Some small pieces while I wrap up some very large work. It is difficult for me to focus strictly on framing and varnishing… had to squeeze in a little painting.
I am frantically varnishing and finalizing paintings for my upcoming show. I need to deliver it in less than one week!
In the meantime I sold a couple of small paintings so I am boxing them up today. I was going to bring them to my exhibit but you have to take sales when you can. I have turned down a few sales recently on some of the bigger pieces going to the show but these two are small so what the heck.
I am a constant observer of the sky and water. Trying to capture the feeling of those magical fleeting moments.
Well it’s the weekend everybody! Actually for me it’s just another morning in the studio. I really wouldn’t have it any other way.
I am preparing work for my Vashon Island exhibit opening October 4th. I am also playing around with some small semi haunted forest paintings.
As an artist I often feel compelled to make work. This year I created s body of work called “Apocalyptic Bloom”. They weren’t paintings the the galleries representing me wanted. It is not artwork that my average collector would be into. Still I took this side road that represented a large part of 2019. I will always follow my artistic curiosities and interests.
This painting is on display at the RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. A new gallery to represent me since I started the journey.