Two recent paintings on the studio table. Paintings are really piling up this year. I generally pick through older works and reuse the boards if I don’t think the paintings are up to my standards. These two will probably be kept.
My ongoing collection of small forest paintings. I am not taking the mornings for granted.
The magic of sun and water.
One of three square water panels I have been painting. Water is always a fascination and inspiration in my work. The simplicity and incredible complexity so mesmerizing. A mirror of the world.
This painting sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming! Fires are always raging in the world, metaphorically and quite literally.
Today I am standing still, reflecting on previous paintings. Thinking about the way forward… possibly cleaning my studio.
Final campfire painting. This one is off to Abend Gallery in Denver. This is the last solo show I am going to take on for a while!
Final shot of this painting before I frame it. I am crazy busy varnishing, framing and installing hardware. All my work has to be wrapped boxed and shipped to Abend Gallery in Denver within a week!
A little stress finalizing a solo show. I keep squeezing in painting time, cannot help it.
Upcoming solo show at Abend Gallery, opens August 12th. This will be my last major solo exhibit for a while, so check it out!
Adding it up I realized in 6 years I have had 17 solo shows in 7 states. I am going to spread them out a bit moving forward! Focus on delivering my very finest paintings to a select pool of galleries.
Both have found new homes. Thankful to keep sales going even as I scramble to get work together for a couple of exhibits.