This painting truly has a haunting feeling in person. Part of a series I am working on inspired by the lake shore and the season.
This painting is fairly shimmering with golden light. More inspiration from the landscape surrounding me in North Idaho.
A bit of melancholy with the loss of summer light. I am excited to see neighbors fleeing for the south. A silent winter is a painting paradise.
A large new sunset in the studio. It has become clear to me that I am obsessed with transitions of lighting. Fleeting moments that are so beautiful and momentary as to break your heart. This weekend I went to a celebration of life for my beloved Aunt. Life is just as temporary as the fading light… the reminders are growing. It is impossible not to dwell in these thoughts.
One of six paintings on the way to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. My parents happened to be heading back to Arizona to escape the weather of North Idaho. They wanted to check out the gallery in Wyoming and volunteered to drive some of my paintings south.
It comes with the change to fall. The sun lower in the sky. A certain unavoidable melancholy. This painting was done exactly one year ago…
More inspiration from the forest. I am very fortunate to live close to a National Forest trailhead. I have been using it constantly and it renews my inspiration daily. With so much snow already building up, not sure if I will be able to keep it up… I will try.
I have been painting some of the local colors I see on my early morning hikes. Now it seems that winter has snuck in. This morning I will see if the trail is treacherous. No doubt there will be some winter imagery in the future.
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.
A couple pieces inspired by morning hikes. Currently the leaves are under ice and snow, there is a little more fall ahead.
Rain and fall leaves, I had an unexpected urge to represent the season.