Intense colors and strong contrast really gives this painting a lot of impact.
An older painting I recently dug up. I put a couple more hours into it and like the result. I rarely go back to older work unless I need a surface to paint on.
Varnished, framed, packed and shipped. It all takes a lot of extra time but it is a critical part of the gig. This one is now in the hands of FedEx, shipping to Alabama.
I just finished this small misty piece. It has some really intriguing marks and subtle color shifts I really like.
This one resides in Kirkland, Washington with some of my favorite people.
I finished this apocalyptic beauty over the weekend. This image is from a high resolution photograph in my studio this morning.
More inspiration from the forest. I am very fortunate to live close to a National Forest trailhead. I have been using it constantly and it renews my inspiration daily. With so much snow already building up, not sure if I will be able to keep it up… I will try.
I have been painting some of the local colors I see on my early morning hikes. Now it seems that winter has snuck in. This morning I will see if the trail is treacherous. No doubt there will be some winter imagery in the future.
From high resolution scan, I am particularly fond of this one. I was planning on doing some really large paintings in this theme. I have derailed myself but it’s still on my mind.
A simple little water meditation.