Fall to Fire, 24”x24” acrylic
4th of July family weekend! I enlisted my wonderful niece and nephew to display this new painting!
I have been painting 7 days a week for ages. It was honestly difficult to think of taking a break for the 4th. So sad to have the visit end, now I wonder why I am working so much…
Ridge Camp, 20”x20” acrylic
I am painting a few large campfire images. This is the first in the series.
Wall of Clouds, 16”x12”, acrylic
Final photo of this relatively small painting. Very fond of this one, it will be going to my August solo show at Abend Gallery in Denver.
Drift Beyond, 20”x20” acrylic
Working on some 20” square wooden panels. I used to avoid the square format. Now I appreciate the fact that they are so void of composition, so blank before the paint.
Tower Above, 16”x20” acrylic
Second painting in a series of vertical thunderhead images. Inspired by the ever shifting weather above Lake Pend Oreille.
The Hermit, 16”x30” acrylic
Final capture of this unusual piece.
Apology is the word for you. Moments gone to time and dust. Tongue still dry it whispers dark. Howling low it knows the tune.
Under Gold, 12”x12” acrylic
Personal favorite of my recent aspen pieces.
I have had people copy my work, but this is a new one! The guy is reposting my images and even trying to sell my paintings, he certainly does not possess them! People started sending me messages on Instagram about this jerk. He seems to grab art from around the web and pass them off as his own. He has a pretty good following, well played Marek.