A small waterscape painted on panel.
Water can be a source of peace and tranquillity. I find when painting images like this I get lost in the work and it soothes my mind.
So happy to find a little time in the studio. It’s been both a busy and lazy holiday season.
This piece was sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole (a couple years back). It was inspired by the beauty of the Kootenai National Wildlife Refugee in North Idaho.
I was pleased to hear this painting sold over the weekend. It was one of my favorite pieces at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
I’ve created a second Instagram account to showcase work that is a bit different from my landscape paintings. I always thought it was ridiculous to support two accounts but…
The limited sunlight of December inspires.
Two recent paintings on the studio table. Paintings are really piling up this year. I generally pick through older works and reuse the boards if I don’t think the paintings are up to my standards. These two will probably be kept.
I finished this apocalyptic beauty over the weekend. This image is from a high resolution photograph in my studio this morning.
From high resolution scan, I am particularly fond of this one. I was planning on doing some really large paintings in this theme. I have derailed myself but it’s still on my mind.