Finalizing some paintings for Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. The frames are ordered but they all need to be signed and varnished this weekend.
This painting now resides in Portland, Oregon. I captured a final photo of the piece before shipping it. Sadly the photo didn’t have the clarity of the actual art. Someday I hope to upgrade my camera…
One of my favorite fire paintings is headed to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole! So if you are lucky enough to spend some time in Jackson stop in and check it out. The gallery has a small collection of my work!
Today we have a few inches of snow in North Idaho. Nothing but snow for days according to the forecast! Regardless of the date winter has arrived.
So it seemed appropriate to post this warm campfire painting. There is so much I want to work on but it is hard not to switch gears to some winter scenes…
I painted this during our first legitimate snowfall on Tuesday. The painting didn’t actually keep me warm but I know it tried.
I only have a couple of these 12″x12″ boards left, I have really enjoyed working at this dimension. Trying to dig through old artworks and sand them down. Reuse existing materials, recycling is a lot of work!
An ancient light casting warmth and fear. Dancing to a rhythm it blends into the night. The question lost with a crack and spark.
So much work goes into a show! This is my third major exhibit of the year. California, Oregon and now Washington State! If you are near Vashon Island the Show opening is this Friday evening from 6:00 to 9:00 at the Vashon Center for the Arts!
I took a proper photo of this painting for my upcoming show on Vashon Island.
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!
I keep dwelling on the changing Season. Maybe it is the coming of Fall that has me playing with Fire.