Capturing some high resolution photographs of recent paintings.
Working on some 20” square wooden panels. I used to avoid the square format. Now I appreciate the fact that they are so void of composition, so blank before the paint.
Final photo of the second painting in the series.
A slight deviation from my Oblivion’s Dance series. This used to be a calm water scene but I was desperate for a painting surface so now it is much more menacing!
From imagery stuck in my mind. I am painting this series of paintings until my focus shifts… it tends to shift frequently.
Another tribute to the beauty of winter light. So glad the days are getting longer, gradual as it is.
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Clarity as the clouds embrace the light.
Once again you made me your fool. All those warm days and late nights the sun barely resting. I tried so hard to keep you by my side.
Now you are off to some southern land. I laugh as you go but I will never forgive you. I prize my solitude and I will cling to the darkness. Maybe I will pine over an old photo of you this winter. In April a sparrow might spark a faint memory.
Damn, I just want you to come back.
A lovely little painting from just about a year ago. This painting now resides in California.