I was happy to hear that this gorgeous painting was sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming! This is a gallery I have worked with for many years, looking forward to sending them more pieces in the near future.
I was very happy to learn these two paintings were sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming! With inflation and prices rising art always takes a hit… I am very grateful for my sales!
This painting is now available at the Grand Bohemian Gallery in St. Augustine, Florida. This is a town and gallery I am looking forward to seeing in person… hopefully this winter. The gallery is really enthusiastic about my work, always a positive!
This new painting is now available at Grand Bohemian Gallery in St Augustine, Florida! This is a gallery I have been working with for a number of years. They are putting together a display of my art, so I need to get more work to them!
A pretty magic painting available now at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
This is a painting I am really fond of. In the scramble to make a living I rarely consider keeping my paintings, I was really tempted with this one! Instead I shipped it to Asheville, North Carolina! It is now available at Momentum Gallery in that lovely artistic community.
If you happen to follow me on Instagram, sorry for any nonsense there. My account was hacked and stolen. It has been my means of self promotion for 7 years, even though it is a frustrating platform.
One of three paintings I have just shipped to St. Augustine, Florida. This is a gallery I have been working with for a few years. They will be putting together a dedicated display of my work. It is supposed to be a really beautiful city, the oldest in the United States (founded in 1565). I am hoping to take a trip down there this winter!
This painting is now available through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. They will be receiving more work from me now that my solo show has wrapped up.
Today marks the conclusion of my solo exhibit “Dreams Between Darkness” at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. The show encapsulates a years worth of studio work. Strange to see it wrapping up. This particular paintings was one of the more surreal pieces in a show featuring 21 paintings.