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…
These small paintings will be headed to Abend Gallery in a week! Paintings on panels courtesy of artefexart
Artefex Rigid Panels
Ridge Camp, 20”x20” acrylic
I am painting a few large campfire images. This is the first in the series.
Time Keeper, 18”x18” acrylic
I love this time of year. The days still getting longer. Campfires the perfect ending to the day.
Timber Stories, 12”x12” acrylic
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…
New Light, 24”x18” acrylic
I keep dwelling on the changing Season. Maybe it is the coming of Fall that has me playing with Fire.
Origin, acrylic 8”x10”
This is a little fire painting I did exactly one year ago today! It happens to be Fathers Birthday and it seems like a great image to post on this day!
On an amusing side note someone on Instagram said they wished I would do video game art because it would be amazing. I did that for 25 years… it wasn’t as fun as it sounds.
My collection of four campfire paintings. I sold one of these and thought I better get a “family” photo of them before I mail off the purchased piece. These paintings are all 8″x10″ plus the dimensions of the floating frames.
I am starting a large collection of small works (and writing a long letter on a short piece of paper). After so many exhibits this year I am resetting a bit and approaching my work in a little different way. I am always experimenting and exploring.
I have a list in my mind of summer images I want to paint. Campfires are very high on that list so I am painting a little series. These are both 8″x10″.
As I paint these the Sky is filled with smoke from so many forest fires in the west. I definitely prefer my fires contained.