This small painting is part of a collection of works I am varnishing and framing. They will be going to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming.
I have partnered with Epik Canvas for a temporary run of prints on canvas. A lot of fun options available at very affordable prices! Link in my profile.
Today these paintings are off to their new home in Washington State!
Sending some paintings off to three new homes. I am thankful for the sales.
I am the featured artist on the “Art Food Home” site today! Click on the link to check it out.
We are preparing to enter our 4th winter living in North Idaho on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille. I realize the calendar says winter starts well into December but that’s not really the case here.
The mountains are accumulating snow and the lower country, where I live, is supposed to get around 10″ of snow next week! I call it the forever snow as it will be on the ground until sometime in April.
The lake drew me here, a muse, an endless source of inspiration. Nature on display in grand fashion. Though winter is long it is exceptionally stunning. I love the snowy silence of winter in the studio. The good time summer vibe is over, but Lake Pend Oreille remains. It turns out I much prefer the desolate waters of winter.
Note: By February I will be pretty excited about summer…
I just received a clients photo of this commission installed in their lovely home! I am including additional photos of the painting taken at the 7b studio.
I have some large square panels I am playing with in my studio!
I am working on a series of colorful “edge of day” paintings. I very frequently work with a rather muted palette so the color is an exciting excursion. It is all about the light and atmosphere so I am letting these images be suggestive and abstracted.