Across the sky


18″ x 18″ acrylic painting

I’m continuing to flesh out the cloud series I recently began.  This is an in studio iPhone photograph of the most recent piece. Once I finish the painting I’ll take a proper photograph!

I will paint a couple more of these… Easy to get lost in this stuff.

Heard of the dead?

IMG_8950Here is the complete collection of bison skull paintings I have been busily working on in recent weeks. It is nice to see them all together, feels like a small accomplishment! These will be part of my “Shadows of the West” solo show that is taking place in late March. I still have so much more I want to do…

All of the paintings are acrylic paint on acrylic plexiglass. They are 18″x18″ and 20″x20″ in size.

Do you have a favorite in the group? Thanks for taking the time to check them out!

Sea & Sky

I have finished two more paintings recently. These are continuations of a theme I started last spring. That theme is essentially a study in atmosphere and emptiness in landscape painting.

Both paintings are acrylic paint on plexiglass. “Cloud and Sea” is 20″ x 20″ and Water’s Lullaby is 18″ x 18″. I think the cloud painting is the most successful, it has a moody ethereal felling that I like. Which painting do you prefer and why?

More and more I want to reduce my imagery down to a minimal form and allow the paint to be the subtle star of the show. If only I didn’t have to work a day job! But the isolating night is a pretty ideal setting for this type of imagery… the trick is staying motivated and awake.