So much work to do for my August solo show at Abend Gallery in Denver. I made the time for this little commission. Just putting the finishing touches on the piece, shipping this week.
A little patch of water for Tuesday.
Her husband commissioned this as a Christmas Gift for her but couldn’t wait until the Holiday!
What another cow portrait? This one was a commission I just wrapped up!
I just received a clients photo of this commission installed in their lovely home! I am including additional photos of the painting taken at the 7b studio.
I finalized work on another commission. I intensified the colors and mounted the painting in a floater frame. They wanted a “Montana” inspired grassland, I made light the star of the show. I really like the loose quality of the grass, some really fresh color blends.
Shipping this painting to Western Washington and a couple small works to Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, South Carolina. I have been working nonstop so hoping to relax a bit this Memorial Day Weekend. I hope everyone else enjoys a long weekend!
I had a little commission painting this week. It was fun trying to create the magical feel of the aurora borealis.
The client is excited. Now I just need to varnish and sign the painting… and wait for the frame to show up!
I have been working on this large painting for some time now. I thought I would post a preview of it!
I wrapped up this large commission painting. It is being delivered to the new owners today! I hope that they will enjoy this tranquil piece for years to come.
The painting is 60″x22″ on a 3″ cradled board, so it is heavy. It is also surprisingly difficult to get a photograph of something this size without reflections or lighting issues. I ran out of time and simply had my Dad take a photo of me holding it!
I have been working hard on a large commission since returning from my solo show in Astoria. I believe I will have it wrapped up this weekend! I am then framing it and shipping it off to wine country in California. I will post a finished photo before I package it up.