Short winter days often bring dramatic conclusions. As pretty as the sunset is looking to the East is often more dramatic. The snow covered mountains get blasted with the final shot of sunlight.
A sunny little piece of sunshine here in the midst of winter.
These small paintings are from a bonus instagram account named cult_of_doodle. Last year I was using left over paint at the end of the day and painting little images without planning. It was a liberating and exciting way to paint. I found that it spawned new creative ideas and helped me generate more expressive work. We shall see if this continues…
Another recap in 9 photos. 2021 had some bright spots and good memories but the shadows were deep.
Best to everyone for the coming year!
This is one of the new paintings I am working on in the studio. I have decided to spend my days making large pieces. I am preparing some very large panels in a variety of sizes. Excited to see what will come…
Four of ten paintings for Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. These are painted on wood panel with a 1.5” cradled edge. I applied gold leaf to the edge of the painting with a really beautiful result.
I was fortunate enough to spend Thanksgiving in Hawaii with family. Grateful for the trip and inspiration.
One of ten small paintings for Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. These paintings are all done on 5”x5” cradled board. The edge is 1.5” and I finished it with a lovely gold leaf.
I received a phone call from RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. They were letting me know they had sold some of my paintings. This was one of the pieces that found a new home.
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