One of my favorite pieces, painted in late December of 2018. It started me down an exciting path of exploration. I keep myself open to ideas and am willing to pursue imagery that is compelling to me even if I know it is unlikely to be popular. The Harbinger is currently on display at the RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. They have a nice little collection of my work so stop in if you are on the Oregon Coast.
Second small cow portrait. I am varnishing these and will be sending them to an Idaho Gallery.
I did a bit more work on this painting, it proved to be the right decision.
An ancient light casting warmth and fear. Dancing to a rhythm it blends into the night. The question lost with a crack and spark.
A glimmering little echo of the morning.
The fall colors have returned and are beautiful. Snowbirds are leaving and the weather is 20 degrees below average. We already had some snow, it sounds like this winter is going to be a long one. This painting is from late January and it seems appropriate.
A dark and rainy morning as I add some layers of color to this piece. Painting with a crazy cold so I am a bit loopy. I’m not complaining.
I am working on some smaller paintings for a small works exhibit. This is the first potential piece.
This 21″x8″ painting was sold through RiverSea Gallery in Astoria Oregon.
High resolution capture of this piece. Part of the collection of paintings I am exhibiting at the Vashon Center for the Arts. The show opening is from 6:00-9:00 tonight!