One of four paintings I am dropping off at Elliott Fouts Gallery in Sacramento, California today!
One of three small paintings I am packing up to mail to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The gallery has a nice display of my work and consistently sells pieces.
The Harbinger, 14"x11" hand signed and numbered limited edition print (30 prints)
These semigloss giclee pieces are protected with a UV finish and mounted on archival board. DM or email me if you would like to reserve yours or simply use PayPal with the button above! $110 with free shipping in North America (additional charge for overseas shipping).
I bought some 8″ round wooden boards to paint on. These have a back cradled frame and are really nice. Thought it would be fun to do some portraits!
I am also using some art supplies given to me by Jerry’s Artarama. They sent me a lot of fun materials to play with.
The sun is hiding behind the clouds today. It seemed ideal for photography so I took part of the morning to photograph some art.
Abend Gallery in Denver wanted a high resolution photograph of this recent painting.
Now that there are just a few tiny patches of snow lingering in the shadows, my last winter scene. This is the smallest of the work I will be shipping to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
I am painting some 12″x9″ loose sunset imagery. Really enjoying the light and atmosphere! I will be creating some larger pieces in this vein soon.
The winter arrived late but with serious intent. Mornings dream like with mist lifting from the waves and through the forest. The water revealed as the color of dawn warms the sky if not the air.
I have never been an optimistic person. In grade school, learning vocabulary, the teacher asked us if we were optimists or pessimists. A girl I had eyes for said, “Oh, we are both optimists.” She was a bit smarter than I was, but as she explained the difference, I knew she was horribly mistaken.
For some odd reason, I am filled with an unrealistic optimism for the new year. I am making my living painting, it’s not easy. My days are only getting shorter, never mind. I have a vision for my work, mastery of my materials. For the first time in my life I know my greatest work is ahead. I am excited to make it.
I hope you all find passion and meaning in 2019.
Once again I find myself obsessed with clouds and skies. This painting kept changing and restarting. I probably destroyed 2 perfectly good works before finding my way here. Unusual colors and lighting won me over in the end!