Today I am standing still, reflecting on previous paintings. Thinking about the way forward… possibly cleaning my studio.
As an artist I often feel compelled to make work. This year I created s body of work called “Apocalyptic Bloom”. They weren’t paintings the the galleries representing me wanted. It is not artwork that my average collector would be into. Still I took this side road that represented a large part of 2019. I will always follow my artistic curiosities and interests.
This painting is on display at the RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. A new gallery to represent me since I started the journey.
I am at the tail end of a much needed vacation but here is a little apocalyptic memory from the studio!
16 square feet of power
Some dynamic work that will be at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon!
Busy varnishing artwork for my upcoming show. So much work to sort through, so much exploration.
I captured a proper digital image of this painting. Trying to keep up on this sort of thing!
This will be going to my solo show in Astoria, Oregon in mid July. It promises to be a pretty interesting collection!
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.