A recent painting that was sold through The Grand Bohemian Gallery in St. Augustine, Fl. Hopefully the gallery wasn’t damaged by hurricane Ian.
I was excited to hear that this painting sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery as soon as it was unpacked!
I have decided to take next year off from the solo show grind. I am going to send work as it is made to a handful of galleries I enjoy working with. Holding onto work for a show is exciting, to see a large collection hanging together. Shows are also stressful and an all your eggs in one basket proposition. My new plan affords me the freedom to make small collections with no specific goal or destination.
This painting was sold through the Grand Bohemian Gallery in St. Augustine, Florida. I recently signed a contract with their sister gallery in North Carolina. I am excited and super grateful for these opportunities.
Three new paintings have just arrived at Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming! From biggest to smallest they are titled; Drift of Thought, Chasing and Morning.
I am in the middle of prepping more work for a Florida gallery and one private sale. I had hoped to finish it all this weekend but it has not happened.
I framed this painting over Labor Day weekend. yesterday I boxed it up with two other pieces and shipped it to Wyoming. They will be arriving next Monday at Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole.
Another summer has slipped away. It always breaks my heart. As the days get short and the weather becomes terrible I will spend even more time in the studio working… that is the silver lining.
This intense painting is framed and available at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon!
Labor Day weekend is upon us. I have some paintings to varnish and some others to frame. These days all of my work seems to go to various art galleries around the country. I am happy to have the options, very grateful to do what I love.
This painting was sold through RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. I often don’t know about sales until a check shows up in my mailbox. It is always a pleasant surprise to receive a check rather than the usual “endless parade” of bills.
A new painting in my studio today. Freshly signed and varnished! I will frame it soon and then decide which gallery to send it to.
I was happy to hear from a collector in Florida, she just purchased this painting. It was a studio favorite, really captures my favorite summer vibes on Lake Pend Oreille here in North Idaho. I recently shipped it to Moment Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. They made the sale, I am so grateful to the galleries that represent me. Sales are getting tougher these days, and I am a terrible salesperson!
I was happy to hear that this gorgeous painting was sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming! This is a gallery I have worked with for many years, looking forward to sending them more pieces in the near future.