Second painting in a series of vertical thunderhead images. Inspired by the ever shifting weather above Lake Pend Oreille.
The last two weeks we saw the final gasps of winter. It seems appropriate that I have just sold this cold landscape painting as a farewell. The creation of this one is detailed on my YouTube channel.
Beautiful in its own terrible way. That being said I am hoping this summer is free of wildfires and frightening viruses.
Another one of my mini paintings that will be heading to Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. I have done 10 of these little guys in 2020.
This is a pretty special piece. One of those paintings that felt like it held some kind of magic. I know when I feel that way I have to put it aside.
A dark and rainy morning as I add some layers of color to this piece. Painting with a crazy cold so I am a bit loopy. I’m not complaining.
My second painting for a large scale landscape show at Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado.
I will be packing these up and taking them to the FedEx office this afternoon. It is always a challenge packing large paintings!
I varnished and framed these small paintings. The lower right piece is off to Colorado.
Painting some small works for an upcoming exhibit. Considering a new life as a hand model.
This painting will soon be headed to the Elliott Fouts Gallery in Sacramento, California. I have a solo show there the month of February and I am super excited about it!
I painted this one three or four weeks ago. Just got around to taking a high resolution photograph this morning. I still have so much varnishing, framing and photography I have to do before the show. So many details go into the preparation of an exhibit. I just want to paint but it’s all part of the gig… I can’t really complain.