Small paintings are a great way to play with compositions and color schemes. I am also excited to use these little frames!
I finished these two small sunset paintings. I have a number of small frames and am excited to fill them! These will probably be headed to my solo show in Astoria, Oregon in July.
I captured a proper digital image of this painting. Trying to keep up on this sort of thing!
This will be going to my solo show in Astoria, Oregon in mid July. It promises to be a pretty interesting collection!
Just for fun I decided to paint some some small round paintings. I started with three owl portraits, which I displayed in a previous post. On my birthday I caught a massive mackinaw (lake trout) and decided to do some trout portraits! This is the newest painting, I love the strange dark vibe. I am going to do one more portrait and then wade back into my landscape work!
Raising Earth (detail)
I spent some more time capturing photos of recent work. This one is still a favorite of mine.
Another dramatic sky blanketing this seascape. I tend to think of many of my works as emotional landscapes. I would not call myself an “emotional landscape painter” simply because I find labels to be limiting. I probably just have a contrary nature.
What’s in a name? Nothing or maybe everything… this painting seems to call out it’s name.
A lovely little painting from just about a year ago. This painting now resides in California.
Finally this collection of 24”x18” and 10”x10” paintings are shipping. They are headed to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I had to use a ladder for this shot!
I captured a high resolution of this painting before the packing begins! Getting ready to send a group of works to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.