Varnishing and framing my collection of paintings in preparation for my June 11th solo show. Twenty two paintings will be on display at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. I will also be on display at the opening, to some degree.
A new painting that is part of a water inspired collection I am currently working on. These paintings are all painted on a square deep cradled wood panel. I finish them with a gold leaf edge.
A new painting in the studio this morning. Another tribute to the moon. Two more nocturnal painting in the works… stay tuned.
A final studio shot of this painting. Inspired by the cold beauty of the north woods. This painting will be part of my solo exhibit at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. The show opening is June 11th, I am planning on attending the opening.
I was happy to learn that this painting sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. I have been working with the gallery for about 5 years now. Hopefully I can get more work to them soon. I have been swamped putting together work for my June solo show.
More studio photos of recent work. I have reorganized my jam packed studio… excited to see the work all together. Deciding what will go to my June 11th solo show at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
Final studio capture of this nocturnal painting. Just last night I had to stop and stare at a crescent moon. Nineteen degrees at night it still stopped me in my tracks. I took a moment to just absorb the vastness.
I am taking some high resolution studio photos of recent work. This hopeful painting is willfully contrary to all the dark news. I wish I could focus on the gifts in life.
Spending a little time focusing on the moon. With the short days of winter the moon has more time to shine.
I am a fan of visual transitions. The moment the sun slips away and the moon becomes the light. Long before the stars it hangs like a ghost.