These three paintings are off to Radius Gallery in Missoula, Montana. Part of a holiday exhibit.
This tall painting is bound for my upcoming show on Vashon Island. Inspired by the shocking beauty of Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park.
I have been working on this commission, inspired by the big open spaces of Montana. I really enjoyed the subtle blending of hues in the field, the glow of light. I just love that kind of country!
I am shipping this painting to Missoula, Montana today. It will be headed to the Radius Gallery, a really great contemporary gallery in downtown Missoula.
Here is a link to some of my work currently at Radius Gallery:
Today I dropped of ten paintings at the Radius Gallery in Missoula, Montana.
A really nice contemporary art gallery in a fun Montana town. If you are in the area the gallery is definitely worth a visit. Always a beautiful mix of art on display. I am excited to have some of my work at Radius now!
I have been planning a series of fog related paintings, this is the first one I have gotten to. Inspired by a really foggy day in the National Bison Range in Western Montana. That heavy atmosphere all but concealed the Bison but it sure was beautiful.
This painting is 16″x16″
This 24″x24″ painting was inspired by a road trip to Montana this fall. A short drive that made for a scenic getaway and a trip down memory lane.
This 16″x16″ acrylic painting was inspired by the valley south of Flathead Lake in Montana. Ninepipe National wildlife refuge is a large bird sanctuary in that great big valley.
I drove to Montana to see the National Bison Range. I had not been there since I was in my early 20’s. Unfortunately a lot of the park was closed but it was still worth the short road trip. Amazing country alive with wildlife! I took a lot of reference photos and will definitely go back in the spring to see the baby Bison!