I just signed, varnished, framed and added a wire hanger to this 14″x11″ painting. I am going through the process of finalizing my latest collection of works for the next show. So many details go into each exhibit, well beyond the painting.
Next I will photograph everything and create a catalog of the works for the Pendleton Center for the Arts!
I have a soft spot in my heart for this particular painting. It encapsulates a lot of the elements I strive for in my work. I liked this painting so much that I was abnormally fearful of dropping it or damaging it in some unknown way! Kind of funny considering I destroy work all of the time, it is part of the process of creation for me. As a result I am less sentimental about work… but apparently not always!
This is a 14″x11″ painting. I love to play around with the shifting forms of clouds and light. The behavior of the paint and the way it is manipulated is the star of the show here!
This 24″x18″ painting is currently at the BPA on Bainbridge Island. Forgive the black bars at the top and bottom!
I love the power and ever shifting appearance of clouds. Giants of the sky decorating the blue or bringing in weather.
I have been working on a series featuring clouds. This is one I finished recently, it captures a bit of magic for me…
This acrylic painting is 16″x16″
Another moody cloudscape!
This is a detail from a 24″x18″ painting. I was pretty happy with this but like it better cropped. So it might be time to scrub it.
I switched it up slightly with a smaller painting board, this one is 24″x18″.
14″x14″ acrylic painting.
This little collection of paintings was a commission for a client in England. They were picked up at my house by FedEx which was very convenient!
The larger painting is 14”x14” and the smaller works are 5”x5”.
I recently completed this 14″X11″ acrylic painting. I was very pleased with the feel of this particular piece. I have been on a vacation but I am very eager to get back to the paint!