Two 11″x14″ paintings I wrapped up last night… well aside from varnishing, signing, framing 😳. They really look good together as an accidental diptych!
I often work two or three paintings of similar subject at a time. It keeps my focus narrowed and my paints can be shared between multiple paintings. I frequently make interesting discoveries and small creative jumps with this approach!
I am putting the finishing touches on this 24″x 18″ painting. It seems like I am always trying to paint ethereal meditative works. This one gives me the feeling of drifting through the air, like the best kind of dream.
I will put a frame on it for the Bainbridge Performing Arts exhibit.
I love the power and ever shifting appearance of clouds. Giants of the sky decorating the blue or bringing in weather.
I have been working on a series featuring clouds. This is one I finished recently, it captures a bit of magic for me…
This acrylic painting is 16″x16″
Yet another 24″x30″ acrylic painting. I have done a few of these meditative shoreline paintings, this is the last for now.
I am continuing works at this scale for upcoming shows.
The title says it all about this 12″x9″ acrylic painting.
I have been working on a few of these large (24″x30″) shoreline paintings. This is one of them that is possibly finished.
I am drawn back to moody water scenes… probably the change of seasons.
I’m excited to be working on large dibondi panels, they are light weight and will be easier to ship and drag around to art shows!
This little collection of paintings was a commission for a client in England. They were picked up at my house by FedEx which was very convenient!
The larger painting is 14”x14” and the smaller works are 5”x5”.
This is a 14″x11″ acrylic painting I recently completed. I am playing around with some relatively small paintings while I prepare a large board for a commission.
This week I mailed off two paintings to a new collector in Hong Kong. Two of my favorite water paintings, funny to think they will be on a wall so far from Idaho.