This painting seemed like the perfect post for Halloween. Part of a series of dark tree imagery I created this year. I intended to paint some huge versions but the pandemic, fires and general apocalyptic vibe of the year dulled my enthusiasm… at least for now.
This painting sold through Abend Gallery, part of my current solo show. Labor Day weekend started with a fire on the mountain I live below. Some folks lost everything and the forest caught fire, luckily it seems to be out now. I paint this sort of thing but I don’t take it lightly. Fire is amazing, beautiful and utterly terrifying.
This painting is part of my solo show at Abend Gallery in Denver.
This painting sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming! Fires are always raging in the world, metaphorically and quite literally.
Today I am standing still, reflecting on previous paintings. Thinking about the way forward… possibly cleaning my studio.
This painting is now in Denver at Abend Gallery. Part of my solo show “Ephemeral Light” running until September 16th.
Another painting that is part of my solo show at Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. Show opens August 12th!
Final campfire painting. This one is off to Abend Gallery in Denver. This is the last solo show I am going to take on for a while!
Final shot of this painting before I frame it. I am crazy busy varnishing, framing and installing hardware. All my work has to be wrapped boxed and shipped to Abend Gallery in Denver within a week!
A little stress finalizing a solo show. I keep squeezing in painting time, cannot help it.
This painting is headed to Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, SC. Honored to be invited to participate in a landscape painters exhibit.