This painting just sold through Abend Gallery in Denver. I painted this beautifully brooding piece a couple years back.
Studio capture today of this small yet epic painting. The title is my best hope for the future.
To be back home. One more summer day. The cool breeze and bold light. You reveled in the simple pleasures. I can not bear it, I will forever miss you.
Yesterday I heard this painting sold through RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon! This piece is one of my favorites, a marriage of mystery and menace. The painting now lives in Portland, Oregon.
This piece has a frantic surreal vibe. I am always experimenting with expressive work. Trying to make something bigger than myself.
I am painting a series of forest images featuring brooding skies. The low winter sun lighting up the trees in such a dark winter world is staggering.
The week has suddenly taken a bad turn. For the first time in a long while I won’t be working in the studio. This older image painting seems appropriate.
Another large painting in the works in my studio.
This painting seemed like the perfect post for Halloween. Part of a series of dark tree imagery I created this year. I intended to paint some huge versions but the pandemic, fires and general apocalyptic vibe of the year dulled my enthusiasm… at least for now.
Winter came raging in though Fall is still at work. Time is short on hours, less this time of year. Monochromatic winter looms and palettes shift.