I have some 12” in the studio so I took myself way off course and played around with some water imagery. It’s good to break things up from time to time.
It is starting to feel like spring is just around the corner. I am excited about changing seasons but will enjoy the snow while it is here.
This is one of four paintings I just sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. I have been sending work to this gallery consistently for about a year and a half. I love Wyoming and this town so it’s a little crazy I haven’t personally visited the gallery yet!
Another tribute to the beauty of winter light. So glad the days are getting longer, gradual as it is.
A proper photo of this painting. I am building a body of work for two major exhibits this year.
Light and atmospherics are always part of my painting. This one is especially powerful in person.
A little commission I finished yesterday morning. These days I am focusing on my upcoming exhibits but I am still taking a few commissions to keep things rolling.
Light, color and atmosphere are some of the elements I am obsessed with. So a small sunset painting before I really dig into the winter and forest imagery I am inspired to do.
A modest sized acrylic painting. Continuing some rainbow exploration. I have some very large art panels waiting for me!
This is the third painting in this little series. The painting is my favorite of the group because I am a fan of interesting mark making and simplicity. Creating something seemingly minimal and effortless is often incredibly difficult. This is where all of my years of painting work in my favor.
A simple little study in preparation for grander pieces.