A small study in the studio today. Our snow has turned back to rain and watching it on the water is always a meditative experience.
This is one of two paintings I am packing up. They will be shipped to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole. I am thankful for all the galleries around the country that are asking for my work. It is tough making a living as a painter, galleries are one of the components I rely upon.
December 1st, it seemed like the last day to hike up Gold Hill without snow. So I made the 6 mile round trip excursion this morning. It’s such a beautiful view and great exercise, sorry I didn’t make more hikes to the top this year. As I type this the snow is piling up outside. At this point it is on the ground for the season!
It was in the low 20’s during the hike. By the end I pulled my water bottle out of my jacket and it had frozen!
North Idaho is a heavily timbered part of the country. I am beginning work on a series that pays tribute to the forest. Of course I will be working on many other things as I can not help it.
What another cow portrait? This one was a commission I just wrapped up!
Chasing the beautiful colors of fall. I decided I had better try to capture just a little of the fall magic. The colors have been stunning and quickly shifting by the day.
Final shot of this painting. Now on display at Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. This is one of four paintings I have at the gallery.
This is is another painting taking the long trip to Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina.
One of four paintings I am shipping to Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. This is a new gallery for me, excited about the opportunity!
This seems like the album cover for a band I was never in.