I am always intrigued by light and the ethereal nature of clouds.
This is part of my “Woodland” series. There is a video about the creation on my YouTube channel.
I noticed it was bright and clear this morning just after 6:00 AM. The days are getting longer and I am excited!
Continuing on with my forest imagery. I am putting together a collection of paintings for my “Woodlands” exhibit opening in May. The exhibit is at Higher Art Gallery in Traverse City, Michigan.
This is one of five paintings I will be shipping to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. I am still framing and mounting hardware on these pieces. Everything takes so much time!
Looking up at snow covered branches. I am endlessly dragging them off the driveway, hoping my timing isn’t wrong.
Two of my mini paintings that will be shipping to Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. I believe I am sending 7 of these small paintings. Abend will be taking them to an LA exhibit.
This is a pretty special piece. One of those paintings that felt like it held some kind of magic. I know when I feel that way I have to put it aside.
Two moody forest scenes. I prepared so many 12” boards that I keep painting images this size! It is a fun scale to work on as it allows for a little quicker experimentation. Ultimately I need to move back to larger panels for my 2020 exhibits.
This painting was sold through Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. I still have a few other paintings there, excited to have work in N.C.
North Idaho is a heavily timbered part of the country. I am beginning work on a series that pays tribute to the forest. Of course I will be working on many other things as I can not help it.