We get some pretty dramatic storms in North Idaho. Lightning is always exciting if not a little terrifying. It has inspired imagery I have considered playing around with for a while… starting small with this one.
I am at the tail end of a much needed vacation but here is a little apocalyptic memory from the studio!
I am painting some small moody seascapes in preparation for some much larger pieces. This is the first one I came up with.
Raising Earth (detail)
I spent some more time capturing photos of recent work. This one is still a favorite of mine.
What’s in a name? Nothing or maybe everything… this painting seems to call out it’s name.
This painting shares its title with the ongoing series. It is such a bloom, I just couldn’t help it! The piece is probably my favorite to date in the series. These paintings are a bit hypnotic, I find myself lost in thought staring into them.
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.
This is a painting from this February. One of those pieces that drew my eyes every time I walked into the studio. I sold the painting through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole. It now resides in California.
Another unusual painting in my Apocalyptic Bloom series. This is an ongoing collection of paintings I am creating for no discernible reason… that’s really how it ought to be!
Actually the sun is shining like crazy today. Spring has really come to North Idaho and I am thrilled! My studio on the other hand is collecting apocalyptic paintings.