A little isolated getaway. There are a number of island in Lake Pend Oreille. They are always intriguing. This painting isn’t based on a particular island.
A bit of inspiration from the home water, Lake Pend Oreille. The atmosphere can be pure magic when the clouds are moving. It doesn’t get old for me.
Waiting, aren’t we all.
I sent these four little paintings to “The Woodland” show. It is always good to have some smaller affordable pieces available.
Two short videos from this morning and evening. I also did some solid painting but it doesn’t compare.
As the name implies this one is from January. Taking high resolution images of my woodland paintings before I varnish and frame.
Though it is spring the last two days have started winter white. Spring seems to have taken a breath.
Three water paintings I am working on for Abend Gallery in Denver. Using some really great panels from artefexart!
Final capture of this painting from six weeks ago. What a different world it was. I wonder what things will look like six weeks from now? I guess we will have to wait and see.
This painting captures the spring transition here on Lake Pend Oreille. Currently much less snow than when I painted this a few weeks back.
The Woodland Show
Opening May 1st
Higher Art Gallery in Traverse City, Michigan. It is a dual show featuring my paintings and sculptures by Kristen Egan.