I framed and signed this little painting this morning. I was originally painting it as a study for a larger work. Now I am shipping it to a gallery in South Carolina!
My newest sunset painting. I have a long day of varnishing and framing ahead of me. I need to ship off a lot of work this week to a couple different galleries. I am so thankful to have galleries selling my work… still I wish I could spend the day painting.
I few small paintings from a busy week. As much as I enjoy working on large paintings it is fun to mix it up!
This is a painting from 2016. I sold it through Ugallery which provides the fancy shipping box! Interesting looking back at older work. This one predates my studio which is kind of amazing to me.
I sold these two paintings. One is bound for Germany, the other for California!
They were challenging to paint but also rewarding. One was a commission the other just for fun.
My finished storm collection. Varnished, framed and ready to pack. Two of these will head to Horizon Fine Art Gallery In Jackson, Wyoming. The two on the left will go to private collectors.
I was going to take the day off. I find myself behind and needing to get more work framed and shipped out. Still with the sub freezing temperatures not a bad way to spend the day. I just framed this one and will be shipping it to California tomorrow!
I have been working on this large painting for some time now. I thought I would post a preview of it!
Framing & Shipping 11”x14”
I got up in the darkness to frame and package a couple sold paintings. I thought I better try to mail them between snow storms!
My solo show is ongoing at Elliott Fouts Gallery in Sacramento, CA. It will run the month of February.
I went down for the second Saturday art opening! It was fun to talk to art enthusiasts and buyers. It was a very successful show for the gallery and myself. So much work goes into such an event, you never know what will happen. I keep my mind focused on the art… it’s all there is to do.
As a painter I tend to be very solitary, in my own head. Funny how much I find myself talking at these shows…