This is one of two paintings I am packing up. They will be shipped to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole. I am thankful for all the galleries around the country that are asking for my work. It is tough making a living as a painter, galleries are one of the components I rely upon.
15”x6 1/4” acrylic
Mountains to the East roll into Montana. Lake Pend Oreille is what drew me to North Idaho.
Chasing the beautiful colors of fall. I decided I had better try to capture just a little of the fall magic. The colors have been stunning and quickly shifting by the day.
Final shot of this painting. Now on display at Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. This is one of four paintings I have at the gallery.
Enjoying these modest sized panels. I have been prepping a lot of large boards as well, mixing up the scale.
Mist, forest and water are some of the best components of the Northwest. There are moments of solitude in nature that have shaped me.
This seems like the album cover for a band I was never in.
The Clark Fork River is a mighty river, it feeds Lake Pend Oreille.
I sold this after the show ended. I have discovered that Art Centers are a bad way to sell artwork. They can be a fun social event but for artists trying to make a living, I haven’t had any good experiences. Selling work through a small gallery is likely to be a better way to sell art. If you can sell work yourself no one is taking 50% of the sale!
Shipping off this UGallery sale. Fancy shipping boxes always a plus.