These two paintings are each 24″x30″. They are acrylic/open acrylic paintings.
These four paintings were some works I installed at “Evans Brothers” last night. This Sandpoint coffee shop has regular art shows and is a great place to go in Sandpoint, Idaho. In total I have 26 paintings on display, so if you happen to be in North Idaho…
The terrible forest fires of the west this summer were heartbreaking. The only silver lining was the incredible sunrise and sunsets but I hope we don’t see more fires in coming years… seems to be the way things are headed though.
This painting is 24”x36” acrylic and open acrylic paint.
24”x36” acrylic painting.
Suddenly we have snow at the beginning of November! The lake fades into oblivion like a vast ocean… I love that.
I mailed off another batch of paintings to this California gallery. Pretty fond of these, hope they find good homes down there!
This is the third 36”x48” painting I have recently completed . They are all painted on deep cradled wood frames so they are pretty substantial pieces!
Here are three trout paintings I recently completed. The slick shiny trout lend themselves well to the paint.
Both of my recent paintings of rainbow trout. I was starting to put together a small collection of them but now one of them has sold via Instagram so the collection is already not a collection… I am not complaining I am pleased there is an interest!
Apparently I am doing a little series of trout paintings! This was not my plan but was inspired by some 10” paintings I created a bit over a year ago. Fish are an intriguing subject with their slick metallic skin and smooth curves. This second painting is also 14”x11”.
These four paintings are now at the Confluence Gallery in Twisp Washington. I am having a show called “Darkening Light” at that Gallery and it opens this Friday (running through early November). I brought approximately 20 paintings in total for the show.