Detail of my new painting that will be part of a Uffizi inspired show at Haven Gallery. The exhibit opens October 29th in New York.
This is a studio favorite. I have avoided the urge to ship it to any galleries thus far. Enjoy your weekend.
This is a painting that draws inspiration from a Rembrandt etching of the same name. It will be part of a group show at Haven Gallery in New York late October. I am not allowed to show the final art until the show opens!
This new painting is varnished framed and now packed in a giant box. It is accompanying two much larger paintings shipping to Florida. They are going to a gallery I work with called “The Grand Bohemian Gallery” in St. Augustine, Florida.
An older piece from a few years back. This one has that elusive magic that drives me forward. Making a living as an artist is a difficult task. More than simply earning enough to pay the bills. For me it is a calling and the core of this one and only life. I know most people don’t really understand that, even close friends.
This painting was just sold. It is off to its new home in Florida! Video below showing the framing process for a floater frame.
This painting was sold through RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. I often don’t know about sales until a check shows up in my mailbox. It is always a pleasant surprise to receive a check rather than the usual “endless parade” of bills.
This is a new painting in my studio, photographed today. I love the long days of summer. I should be enjoying every moment outdoors but the studio calls… I always answer.
I was happy to hear that this gorgeous painting was sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming! This is a gallery I have worked with for many years, looking forward to sending them more pieces in the near future.
This painting is now available at the Grand Bohemian Gallery in St. Augustine, Florida. This is a town and gallery I am looking forward to seeing in person… hopefully this winter. The gallery is really enthusiastic about my work, always a positive!