One of four paintings I will be framing and shipping to Abend Gallery in Denver Colorado. This piece is for a small works exhibit at the gallery in November.
The fall colors have returned and are beautiful. Snowbirds are leaving and the weather is 20 degrees below average. We already had some snow, it sounds like this winter is going to be a long one. This painting is from late January and it seems appropriate.
A dark and rainy morning as I add some layers of color to this piece. Painting with a crazy cold so I am a bit loopy. I’m not complaining.
I am working on some smaller paintings for a small works exhibit. This is the first potential piece.
Collection of works that are at my Vashon Island Exhibit. Show opening is this Friday! These are the only four paintings of this dimension so it was fun to put them together just before I wrapped them for the trip. They are actually hung like this in the gallery but rotated by one… I had nothing to do with it!
The show is at the Vashon Center for the Arts from 6:00-9:00pm. Time to hop on a ferry!
One of my paintings that will be on display at Vashon Center for the Arts. Today I will finally be dropping off all of my paintings!
Packing up my Vashon Island Show I paused to appreciate the work. Delivering everything via ferry on Monday. Excited to see my friends and family.
This tall painting is bound for my upcoming show on Vashon Island. Inspired by the shocking beauty of Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park.
Some small pieces while I wrap up some very large work. It is difficult for me to focus strictly on framing and varnishing… had to squeeze in a little painting.
Today I am finalizing this painting. Still a ridiculous amount to get done for my upcoming exhibit on Vashon Island. The show opens October 4th but I have to deliver everything in one week. Lots of driving and even a ferry ride involved in this voyage. It has been a number of years since I have been on Vashon Island so I am sure it will be a fun little road trip.