I new moonlight painting in my studio. I have been working on a few of these pieces recently. I sold a couple of them but this one might be bound for a group exhibit. Time will tell as it seems to do.
Final studio capture of this nocturnal painting. Just last night I had to stop and stare at a crescent moon. Nineteen degrees at night it still stopped me in my tracks. I took a moment to just absorb the vastness.
This painting is being shipped to a buyer in Florida. So many sales in Florida these days. I know have some friends moving to Florida, I am still in the snow country.
Just a note the title has nothing to do with pessimism. There is a town called Hope, Idaho… east of me where I often catch the moon rising. I don’t generally explain titles but this one, for once, wasn’t dour.
Latest painting, moon as inspiration. Nocturnal paintings are always interesting to work on. This one was inspired by my part of the world.
Update: this one was just sold, good news as I ordered more art supplies and frames yesterday.
This large painting is available through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming!
This big nocturnal painting is available through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. It is difficult not to fall for the moon.
This large painting is now available in Jackson Hole, Wyoming at Horizon Fine Art Gallery. It looked pretty great on the studio wall so it was a little difficult to send. Also a little difficult to ship something so large!
This painting is at Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, South Carolina!
A painting from two years ago. Here in North Idaho there was recently a good chance of seeing the aurora borealis but the clouds moved in and we missed it. When I have seen the lights from Idaho it has been a dull flicker on the lake, beautiful nonetheless.
Available at Robert Lange Studios in Charleston South Carolina!