Another summer has slipped away. I always feel a little crushed this time of year. Every season has its beauty and the lights will stay bright in the studio.
These two were shipped off to Western Washington. I am pretty particular about commissions I agree to, even so I currently I have a list of projects to finish for people.
I wrapped up this commission this week. I still have a few more to tackle, happy to have the business.
One of two small forest paintings I just finished painting. The western smoke seems to be seeping into my work.
Heartbreaking as it fades.
Moonlight is always a joy to see. One of the beautiful benefits of living in the country.
This painting sold through Abend Gallery, part of my current solo show. Labor Day weekend started with a fire on the mountain I live below. Some folks lost everything and the forest caught fire, luckily it seems to be out now. I paint this sort of thing but I don’t take it lightly. Fire is amazing, beautiful and utterly terrifying.
This painting is @abendgallery, part of my solo show running through September 16th.
Inspiration from the Priest Lake area of North Idaho.
Local scenery is always a huge influence. This one a straight tribute to Lake Pend Oreille. It will be part of my solo exhibit at Abend Gallery in Denver.