The shorter daylight hours brings dramatic sunlight to the north country. Fewer people and more loons, a solid trade off. This painting was inspired by North Idaho, the country I am calling home.
A new commission I finished painting and have now shipped across the country. This project was arranged through Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina.
I am putting together a collection of 10 miniature paintings for Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. They will be traveling to LA for an art show with the gallery.
The wooden edges on these boards is 1.5” thick so I decided to coat them with gold leaf. It ended up being a beautiful decision but my studio has a lot of gold stuck to the floor.
These two paintings are now framed and available in Jackson, Wyoming at Horizon Fine Art Gallery!
This painting sold through Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. “Expanding Days”, was the final painting from my solo show. Momentum Gallery has also sold the four additional paintings I sent after the exhibit. The gallery has been really great to work with!
A new painting inspired by Lake Pend Oreille in North Idaho. It is always amazing how quickly the colors and values shift as the sun rises. I have become fairly obsessed in my later days.
A year ago I finished this painting. It was sold through Radius Gallery in Missoula, Montana.
A small painting that is now available at the RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
This painting is fairly shimmering with golden light. More inspiration from the landscape surrounding me in North Idaho.
A bit of melancholy with the loss of summer light. I am excited to see neighbors fleeing for the south. A silent winter is a painting paradise.
A large new sunset in the studio. It has become clear to me that I am obsessed with transitions of lighting. Fleeting moments that are so beautiful and momentary as to break your heart. This weekend I went to a celebration of life for my beloved Aunt. Life is just as temporary as the fading light… the reminders are growing. It is impossible not to dwell in these thoughts.