This painting truly has a haunting feeling in person. Part of a series I am working on inspired by the lake shore and the season.
This small painting is from February of this year. Another idea I have meant to explore a bit more.
I often find myself painting work I think of as “dreamscapes”. The driving focus of this piece is mood, light and atmosphere. The result not so much a literal translation of scenery but a slightly surreal departure from reality.
I finally received this custom floater frame that I ordered online. I mounted the painting in the frame and have the piece ready to hang. I can now pack up this painting and ship it to Canada!
I have partnered with Epik Canvas for a temporary run of prints on canvas. A lot of fun options available at very affordable prices! Link in my profile.
Yesterday I heard this painting sold through RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon! This piece is one of my favorites, a marriage of mystery and menace. The painting now lives in Portland, Oregon.
I am painting a series of forest images featuring brooding skies. The low winter sun lighting up the trees in such a dark winter world is staggering.
A little mood on this Monday morning.
I just finished this small misty piece. It has some really intriguing marks and subtle color shifts I really like.
I started this painting just about a year ago. I decided it was time to finish it or prep the surface for a new painting. I ended up adding some wave detail and strengthening the contrast.