There is just something about a campfire. I finished this small acrylic painting today. Beyond the hypnotic nature of flames, the paint in this one feels a bit hypnotic.
Rainbow (another look)
It is hard to believe this painting is almost 7 years old, they grow up so fast. Simply posting this one because it is a bad ass painting.
This is a painting from a number of years ago. Last weekend we were fortunate enough to witness a big “Northern Lights” show up here in North Idaho!!!
Winter has come roaring back to North Idaho. Lake Pend Oreille is freezing and snow is piling up. I was shifting away from my winter paintings, but here is a new one! I do love the dramatic lighting when the sunlight is breaking through the trees in the winter months.
Two for Sandpoint
I was pleased to sell these new paintings to a local collector. Apparently social media is still working! She stumbled across my Facebook site a month ago and decided she needed some of my art. It was nice avoiding the shipping charges!
The beauty of the lake is a constant source of inspiration. Magical lighting and moments that disappear far too quickly.
Winter continues to paint my world. I was not planning more winter scenes but it is drawing me in with its silent magic.
The beauty of winter, an irresistible lure for my brush. The season is long in North Idaho, this one really started early. Like all things it will end, reveling in its splendor while it is visiting.
A small painting to represent the season. Heavy snowfall in my part of the world.
More nature adoration happening in my studio this weekend. Driven to paint landscapes void of mankind. I am the type of person that likes my experiences in the wild to be without bipedal intrusion. I have always been a loner.