I took a proper photo of this painting for my upcoming show on Vashon Island.
As an artist I often feel compelled to make work. This year I created s body of work called “Apocalyptic Bloom”. They weren’t paintings the the galleries representing me wanted. It is not artwork that my average collector would be into. Still I took this side road that represented a large part of 2019. I will always follow my artistic curiosities and interests.
This painting is on display at the RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. A new gallery to represent me since I started the journey.
Nature and art are both free of sentimentality, somehow I am not.
Final capture of this painting that I am prepping for my upcoming Vashon Island exhibit.
We are starting to see more rain and the cooling signs of Fall. Inspiration for this piece headed to my October show on Vashon Island.
Clarity as the clouds embrace the light.
A painting from early February of this year. I sold this one through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
I sold this small painting, it is now in California at it’s new home!
A very tall painting inspired by a summer trek to Glacier National Park. This piece will be at my October show on Vashon Island. The show opens October 4th at Vashon Center for the Arts. The exhibit will display the work of four artists.
One of my larger campfire paintings. This one is heading to Vashon Island for my next exhibit which opens October 4th. I will post more details about this show soon!