Final high resolution capture of this painting. It will probably be headed to “The Woodland” show.
As the name implies this one is from January. Taking high resolution images of my woodland paintings before I varnish and frame.
Though it is spring the last two days have started winter white. Spring seems to have taken a breath.
Beautiful in its own terrible way. That being said I am hoping this summer is free of wildfires and frightening viruses.
The second painting in the series. I have painted three thus far plus some variations.
Catching up with more high resolution photos of recent work.
A slight deviation from my Oblivion’s Dance series. This used to be a calm water scene but I was desperate for a painting surface so now it is much more menacing!
Lightning & Snow: the peanut butter & chocolate of nature. I took this painting outside for the lovely natural light.
Rare post featuring me with my painting.
Three water paintings I am working on for Abend Gallery in Denver. Using some really great panels from artefexart!
Final capture of this painting from six weeks ago. What a different world it was. I wonder what things will look like six weeks from now? I guess we will have to wait and see.
Forest art is filling much of my studio. Beginning to narrow the collection of works for “The Woodlands” show at Higher Art Gallery in Traverse City, MI.
I think all of the galleries I send work to are currently shut down. A time of unknowns, will have to wait and see.