This photo was taken nearly a year ago. I am constantly thinking about the passing of time and how I spend it. It is true you spend time like money but it cannot be replenished. The clock is ticking, can I make the most of this day? I continue to paint each day. It is how I pay my bills but it is also my passion in life. All we can do is follow our enthusiasms and appreciate the good time while we have it.
I was happy to learn this magical little painting sold through Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. They have been a great gallery to work with and consistently sell my work. I had a solo show there last August but it became an online only show.
There are moments in nature so pure my thoughts seem to vanish. For the briefest time I am a child of nature.
This one basically named itself. Water is mesmerizing even as it slowly alters the world.
Yesterday I heard this painting sold through RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon! This piece is one of my favorites, a marriage of mystery and menace. The painting now lives in Portland, Oregon.
I don’t believe in one path, there are oh so many roads. This loose and energetic little painting was a pleasure.
I was pleased to learn this painting was sold by Elliott Fouts Gallery in Sacramento, California. I have been selling work there since 2016. I had a really fun solo show at the gallery a few years back, super gallery.
I was in a terribly melancholic mood watching the day fade. The beauty has stayed with me along with the sorrow.
I just framed and varnished this lovely water painting. it is one of two paintings I need to pack up and ship to Nevada. Shipping is always a little worrying! I carefully wrap and pad each painting and box them with extra layers of cardboard. FedEx ground has proven to be the most gentle with shipping thus far… so sticking with them!
Boxing this painting up to ship. Ugallery provides the fanciest shipping containers!