Three 5″x5″ cloud studies.
I found some small boards that were prepped for painting while unpacking some boxes in my studio… so I painted on them! It is a nice change to change the scale of my work. It is also a reminder how much more I like simple fresh marks on a painting.
This weekend I unexpectedly sold this 48″x36″ cow painting. I have mixed feelings about selling it but am excited it is moving to Jackson, Wyoming. A really good friend’s sister purchased it for her house so I hope to see it again someday!
Distant storms are Dramatic and inspiring to watch. This was an attempt at capturing an impressive downpour on a 16″x16″ board.
Three atmospheric landscapes I have recently completed.
I am experimenting with some new materials and a different substrate than plexiglass. Exploring the behavior of new mediums can be both exciting and difficult but it feels like a bit of adventure and keeps my mind turning.
I have been obsessed with the sky and water of Lake Pend Oreille for a while now. Obsessed enough to pull up roots and relocate last summer. This is part of an ongoing series I am developing trying to capture the scale and weight of a stormy atmosphere.
This 36″x36″ show will be part of the POAC members show in Sandpoint, Idaho. It will be on display until June 5th at the Columbia Bank in town.
Frozen shorelines and January ice water serve as the subject for some recent work. This painting is 24″x24″.
This little painting came together quickly and had a bit of magic in my mind. It is another 10″x10″ acrylic painting.
Now that I have been painting in the attic for a bit I have it somewhat organized. I am going to paint a half dozen more pieces this size and then move up to some larger works finally!
A couple of mood pieces I recently completed. Both paintings are 10″x10″acrylic.
I spent much of the morning prepping some more boards and starting on a new image.
I am trying to organize the attic space so that it is an easier space in which to work. Dark and cold it is still a place I love to be!