A couple recent works that pair well, influence from morning hikes. Starting with small studies can either lead to larger pieces or satisfy the need.
Small forest painting of a very large old tree.
Paintings bound for Abend Gallery and their 30th annual mini show.
Morning light shining through the fall leaves, hard not to love such a delight. I was greeted with fresh snow this morning, winter is eager.
I just finished this small misty piece. It has some really intriguing marks and subtle color shifts I really like.
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.
This small piece is available through Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. I put this one in a really beautiful custom made floater frame that has a copper tint.
My ongoing collection of small forest paintings. I am not taking the mornings for granted.
Eye makes a special appearance. I was excited to paint trees catching the morning light. I am hiking early every morning, it is an inspiration.
I varnished and framed this little collection. They will be heading to Radius Gallery in Missoula, Montana.