A newly completed collection of work! These three paintings are now available through the Grand Bohemian Gallery in Saint Augustine, Florida.
This large painting has shipped and is on its way to Saint Augustine, Florida. I am really pleased to be working with this gallery. The gallery is putting together a nice collection of my work… hope to visit, preferably in the winter!
One of three paintings that are now available through Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. I was invited to participate in a landscape artists group show… I said yes.
This is one of three paintings I have in the “La Lune III” show at Haven Gallery in Northport, New York. This painting is available!
I don’t take part in many group shows these days. I generally put everything into a solo show or ship work to galleries without a specific theme. It is a fun exercise to approach themed exhibitions and turn your thinking in a different direction.
This is one of three paintings I have in the “La Lune III” show at Haven Gallery in Northport, New York. The show opened over the weekend, this painting was also sold.
Things to Come (Shipped)
I framed and shipped two new acrylic paintings to The Grand Bohemian Gallery in Saint Augustine, Florida. This painting is 16”x20” on cradled board finished with a floater frame. i will post a video of the larger painting this weekend.
Between an Infinite Darkness
This is a painting I did just about two years ago. Not sure if it is the weather or the terrible news cycle that made me remember this one. This painting was part of my sold out solo show at Momentum Gallery.
Winter continues to paint my world. I was not planning more winter scenes but it is drawing me in with its silent magic.
The Three Trees (SOLD)
This painting was just sold through Haven Gallery in New York. It is part of a group exhibit that opened yesterday, art inspired by the Uffizi Gallery. This painting is an apocalyptic take on a Rembrandt etching of the same name.
Devil Deuce (sneak peek)
This painting is headed for Haven Gallery in New York! It will be part of an upcoming Uffizi themed show. This painting was inspired by “The Duke and Dutchess of Urbino” by Piero della Francesca. I saw the painting in person when I visited Florence in my younger days.