Lately I have been working on some small paintings! I have some very large panels patiently waiting in the wings so stay tuned!
I have been working on this commission, inspired by the big open spaces of Montana. I really enjoyed the subtle blending of hues in the field, the glow of light. I just love that kind of country!
Painting some small works for an upcoming exhibit. Considering a new life as a hand model.
I accidentally made some kind of new fangled clock! Turns out it is later than I thought…
Detail from a wave commission I am finishing. 50”x20”, I will be posting more from this.
8” diameter acrylic
That’s right, a group of owls is called a parliament. I had to look it up, such a distinguished and appropriate title. Now they are generally solitary birds so this is pretty worthless trivia, still must remember!
What’s in a name? Nothing or maybe everything… this painting seems to call out it’s name.
I have always loved big open spaces. Something that is getting harder to find in our modern world.
One of many magical things about water is the open distance. People often suggest I add a boat or plane to my paintings… no.
I put some finishing touches on this painting. Light transitioning across clouds and the landscape is always a source of inspiration.
I am going to spend the day painting but vowed to take Sunday off. The sun is going to shine and the lake is calling. This morning I saw an otter, spring is making me smile.
This is a painting from this February. One of those pieces that drew my eyes every time I walked into the studio. I sold the painting through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole. It now resides in California.