This is a painting I did a bit over a year ago. I painted 5 trout images and a less then flattering but reasonably accurate self portrait. I was painting small 10″x10″ paintings as I was between studios. I discovered that they made a really cool single art piece when hung together. Now that I am in a great new studio space I have been digging through works for some upcoming shows and rediscovered these. People keep trying to buy the individual fish paintings, curiously no one wants the self portrait! For whatever reason I refuse to break up the band and am going to hang them all together in my new studio…
I recently finished this 16″x16″ painting. Here it is on one of my work tables that is quickly becoming covered with paint as well!
I painted this moody little waterscape and a nice guy (chap?) from Oxford purchased it. This particular painting is 10″x8″.
This is a 14″x11″ acrylic painting I recently completed. I am playing around with some relatively small paintings while I prepare a large board for a commission.
Fun to hang some paintings up temporarily on the studio wall. Some of these were part of a commission and have now moved out.
I installed some rails to hang paintings on which will help keep the studio organized and more easily allow me to observe my recent works.
One of the four 24″x24″ Lake Pend Oreille paintings I recently completed on commission.
My sister and brother in law made the treck to North Idaho to visit over the 4th of July weekend. We had a lot of fun on the water enjoying the rewards of summer.
I sent her home with a couple of paintings she was fond of!
Exciting electric display this evening in North Idaho!
I just finished painting these 5″x5″ paintings. They are inspired by late afternoon light hitting the forests around Lake Pend Oreille.
I plan on doing a larger painting based on these studies, hopefully I will be able to have that posted by next week.
Distant storms are Dramatic and inspiring to watch. This was an attempt at capturing an impressive downpour on a 16″x16″ board.