A small painting to represent the season. Heavy snowfall in my part of the world.
I have been painting a lot of forest scenes recently. It occurred to me that this is a pattern I have followed for a few years in the fall. The low sun this time of year is beautiful and haunting. It drives home the temporary quality of our existence.
I am continuing some autumnal forest paintings in the studio. I have four of these pieces in the works. After immersing myself into this I will be switch to some much larger panels, 30”x30”.
I am starting on a series of autumnal forest paintings. This time of year as the daylight fades and the sun hangs low, I feel it in so many ways. The beauty shifts and there is that reminder of days passing and time slipping away. I am leaning into the beauty of the hours.
A recent painting that was sold through The Grand Bohemian Gallery in St. Augustine, Fl. Hopefully the gallery wasn’t damaged by hurricane Ian.
This new painting is varnished framed and now packed in a giant box. It is accompanying two much larger paintings shipping to Florida. They are going to a gallery I work with called “The Grand Bohemian Gallery” in St. Augustine, Florida.
I felt like adding something light after yesterday’s obituary. Nature brings me so much joy… so much better than my phone.
Meditation on the damage we have done and continue to do to our beautiful mother.
I new moonlight painting in my studio. I have been working on a few of these pieces recently. I sold a couple of them but this one might be bound for a group exhibit. Time will tell as it seems to do.
A new reel honoring the ending of the winter season for 2022. The snow is melting fast here so this year it seems accurate! This is my favorite winter painting of the year, seemed like the appropriate one to post.