30″x24″ this painting is going to a solo show at the Lower Columbia College in Longview, Wa. There are 27 paintings going to this show!
I mounted three small water paintings I did for a water themed show at the James May Gallery. This gallery is in Algoma, Wisconsin, a beautiful part of the country. The town is in Door County, I have only been there one time but hope to go back! For now my paintings will be making the visit for me.
These three paintings are 10″x10″ acrylic/open acrylic on plexiglass. I am mounting them on deep cradled boards to give them a bigger presence!
Welcome to April!
I am finally getting to some 24″x24″ paintings. There is a lot more freedom with all that space!
Continuing on with desolate landscapes and waterscapes. I have decided to call my January show “The Beauty of Nothing”, seems to sum it all up nicely.
I sent these four paintings down to a great gallery in Sacramento, California. They are each 10″x10″ acrylic paintings. I am excited to have work for sale so far from where I live!
The first 16″x16″ painting I have done for a while. It is nice to have a bit more room and surface to play with. I will be painting a bunch of these and some much larger paintings soon as well.
Continuing in with my small studies. I have now moved my painting location from a shed (torn down) to a crazily dark and often cold attic space. This is a 10″x10″ acrylic painting I recently painted by dim light. I need to move onto to much larger paintings for a show I have early next year… I have also introduced more lamps and a small heater so hoping I can get a lot done above the house!
I am packing up my house and preparing to move to Idaho. Eleven years I have enjoyed living here but it is time for a new adventure.
It is interesting to see all the stuff I have squirreled away. This bedroom closet was packed with art work from my college years and into the mid 90’s. I took one photo to try capture the past.
Family came over this weekend. They wanted to take a look at my studio. Giving away artwork is a good way to clean out the studio!