A couple pieces inspired by morning hikes. Currently the leaves are under ice and snow, there is a little more fall ahead.
Rain and fall leaves, I had an unexpected urge to represent the season.
Another small piece that is heading to Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado for a group exhibit. This is one of four paintings that should have been delivered yesterday, the snows prevented that! Let’s hope they arrive safely today!
On an unrelated note… Happy Birthday to Henry Sloan, my Nephew!
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!
The two vertical paintings together one last time. I delivered the one on the right to a buyer. The one on the left is at my exhibit at the Vashon Center for the Arts on Vashon Island. The show opening is October 4th 6-9:00 PM.
Another painting inspired by Lake Pend Oreille in North Idaho. This one has some lovely and subtle color transitions. I have found it difficult to get an accurate photo of the painting but this easel shot wasn’t bad.
The days are getting shorter but they have been incredibly beautiful.
Another moody lake painting. Lake Pend Oreille is so dramatic, a constant source of inspiration.
This is going to be the last 10″ painting I will do for a while. I am going to start painting larger works for a show that is just around the corner. What I have been working on the last month or so are essentially studies.