One of six paintings on the way to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. My parents happened to be heading back to Arizona to escape the weather of North Idaho. They wanted to check out the gallery in Wyoming and volunteered to drive some of my paintings south.
Freshly varnished and ready to frame. This painting will be heading to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming!
It comes with the change to fall. The sun lower in the sky. A certain unavoidable melancholy. This painting was done exactly one year ago…
I was happy to learn that this big painting sold through Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. It was inspired by a late season boat ride last fall… the approaching winter always breaks my heart a little. Much to love about the dark season, solitude and painting… still it always brings a little extra melancholy.
Another small painting, exploration and experimentation for larger work. It is difficult to make such a small piece feel expressive, this one does.
Before my exhibit at Momentum Gallery (Asheville, North Carolina) my studio was filled with finished artwork. I only took a couple of photos which is kind of a shame in retrospect. The exhibit ends next week and is nearly sold out.
Finished this small painting today. Welcome to September.
This painting really captures our dramatic skies of the season. Clouds pressing in but the blue of summer still shining through.
I just received word that this painting was sold at my solo show. The exhibit wraps up September 8th at Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina.
I find myself working on meditative paintings frequently. When I am fully immersed in painting it creates a very trance like state. Combining the process with imagery infused with mystery and movement, the feeling is compounded.