This is the my largest painting headed to my show “Apocalyptic Beauty” at the RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. The exhibit runs from July 13th through August 6th, 2019. There will be approximately 30 paintings!
This is a painting from March that I sold at Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, South Carolina. A great gallery owned and operated by a talented husband and wife team. They are both excellent artists and their space and collection are top notch. I hope to continue sending them art and visit their gallery and historic town (preferably during the dead of North Idaho Winter).
Another small painting as I prepare some larger boards. This isn’t a standard size so if I frame it I will have to order a custom frame. Soon I will have to decide what will be needed at my Astoria, Oregon solo show. That is happening in 6 weeks, suddenly coming up fast.
For the next few days I am just going to paint and focus on what I love. Meanwhile Alberta is burning, shocking to see smoke in North Idaho already.
I finalized work on another commission. I intensified the colors and mounted the painting in a floater frame. They wanted a “Montana” inspired grassland, I made light the star of the show. I really like the loose quality of the grass, some really fresh color blends.
Shipping this painting to Western Washington and a couple small works to Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, South Carolina. I have been working nonstop so hoping to relax a bit this Memorial Day Weekend. I hope everyone else enjoys a long weekend!
I am sending three 5″x5″ paintings to Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. They are having a small works show and asked if I had time to paint any. These are in the mail on their way now!
Painting some small works for an upcoming exhibit. Considering a new life as a hand model.
I captured a proper digital image of this painting. Trying to keep up on this sort of thing!
This will be going to my solo show in Astoria, Oregon in mid July. It promises to be a pretty interesting collection!
I sold this painting through Elliott Fouts Gallery in Sacramento. It was part of my solo show in February of this year.
This painting is now in Jackson Hole, Wyoming at Horizon Fine Art Gallery. It is a strange feeling spending so much time on a collection of paintings, pouring yourself into them. Box them up and they are out of your life forever. The same can be said for people that come and go from a life though mostly without the boxing (inevitable there too).
The sun is breaking free of the clouds now. Happy Tuesday, I am onto other projects!
Finally this collection of 24”x18” and 10”x10” paintings are shipping. They are headed to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I had to use a ladder for this shot!