I took a proper photo of this painting for my upcoming show on Vashon Island.
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.
Nature and art are both free of sentimentality, somehow I am not.
Final capture of this painting that I am prepping for my upcoming Vashon Island exhibit.
Clarity as the clouds embrace the light.
A painting from early February of this year. I sold this one through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Drawing deep the air is cold water. The wind numbing it shutters my fear. A little peace while the sun is shining.
Shipping this painting to RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon! They have kept a nice display of my work after my show wrapped. Excited to maintain a presence in Astoria!
Where has the summer gone? I am working on pieces for an October show and already dreading summers departure. Dig deep, that’s all there is to do.
This one of two paintings I have at Gallery MAR Carmel in Carmel, California. I dropped in to check out the gallery when I was on my California vacation. Great gallery in a cool town!