Another painting in my ongoing series of 12” squares. It has been a nice break working at this modest scale.
Morning light shining through the fall leaves, hard not to love such a delight. I was greeted with fresh snow this morning, winter is eager.
I have been painting some of the local colors I see on my early morning hikes. Now it seems that winter has snuck in. This morning I will see if the trail is treacherous. No doubt there will be some winter imagery in the future.
Winter came raging in though Fall is still at work. Time is short on hours, less this time of year. Monochromatic winter looms and palettes shift.
Rain and fall leaves, I had an unexpected urge to represent the season.
Heartbreaking as it fades.
Another autumnal painting inspired by North Idaho. The leaves have pretty much all fallen now. I was meaning to do more fall imagery, maybe I will do some larger ones as the seasons change.
Chasing the beautiful colors of fall. I decided I had better try to capture just a little of the fall magic. The colors have been stunning and quickly shifting by the day.
Vashon Center for the Arts
I closed out my show in Western Washington. A lot of travel and time away from the studio. Great excuse to see family and friends.
Two small works inspired by a scenic part of North Idaho. It is fun exploring more of the landscape I have moved into. Every mini road trip brings something new!