Color Box Water (TBT)

Color Box Water – 30”x24”, acrylic

This painting was sold through Momentum Gallery a couple years back. Great gallery and a successful solo exhibit, all of the paintings were sold!!

I decided to take the year of from solo exhibits for the first time in nearly a decade. I am focusing on commissions and providing work to my favorite galleries. I am hoping to do another solo show in Asheville in 2024… hopefully I can attend that one. I hear nothing but love for that community and area.

First and Last

First and Last – 30”x24”, acrylic

This is a painting I am really fond of. In the scramble to make a living I rarely consider keeping my paintings, I was really tempted with this one! Instead I shipped it to Asheville, North Carolina! It is now available at Momentum Gallery in that lovely artistic community.

In the studio!

Lake Pend Oreille Sunset

February Sunset

Some of the most dramatic colors at sunset occur in the opposite direction of the descending sun. A wild punch of color illuminates the mountains to the east. I ran through the snow to film this and the color was intense and fading fast. Summer is gorgeous but that low winter light is magic.

Schweitzer Mountain

I am finally living in North Idaho. Not really moved in and there are a lot of giant loose ends but I’m catching the tail end of summer!

My sister and her family came out for my first official week here. We took a really fun outing up Schweitzer Mountain. We road the chair lift up to the 6,400 foot summit then hiked down 2.5 miles (2,440 feet elevation change) to the ski village. It was a breathtaking vista and a beautiful sunny day. We carried to go cup drinks up the chair lift and snacked on mountain huckleberries most of the way down the mountain.

What a great day!

Ripple then Wave

I finished some of the desolate water paintings I started on recently. These are two of the paintings of which I am particularly fond. You can see some interesting surface qualities if you look carefully. These are most noticeable on the first image, particularly along the left side. These odd textural anomalies are my favorite things! These paintings both have deep translucent depth, more than 1/8th inch so the light really moves through the work.