This small painting really connected with me. I love to create tension and movement when I paint. I have placed this on one of my studio shelves for further reflection. A massive version would be pretty compelling.
I have 6 square 18” boards that I am painting at the moment. Continuing to chase moody atmospherics. This one is still a work in progress but it is getting there.
This is one of a few large atmospheric paintings I am currently working on in the studio. I recently returned from a long cruise, more ocean related adventures coming this summer. Adventures take me away from the studio but they also fuel my desires.
A moody new painting on the easel. Inspiration from Lake Pend Oreille in North Idaho.
Spring’s Promise (final)
The finished painting of “Spring’s Promise”. I am leaning into the beauty of the lake and sunshine as our temperatures in North Idaho are suddenly skyrocketing. When I started this painting the snow was piled up, now it is in the mud 80’s… big change in a month.
Turn to Yesterday (tbt)
This painting was sold a couple years ago through Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. I am currently witnessing a lot of gorgeous seas and contemplating future paintings. It has been a gift to have a long and only briefly planned voyage to the Caribbean with one of my best buddies. I definitely have been thinking about painting relentlessly, eager to get back to my work.
Crossing Blue (WIP)
Some final translucent glazes on the painting this morning. The piece is nearing the finish line. More inspiration from the North country, specifically Lake Pend Oreille in North, Idaho!
Horizon Fine Art Gallery
New pieces now available through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. I love this gallery, I have been working with them now for nearly 7 years.
One of three paintings I have shipped off to Denver, Colorado. They will be available through a landscape artist show at Abend Gallery. This is a really cool gallery, I had a show there during the Pandemic so I wasn’t able to attend… some day.
Fade Pink (shipped)
I shipped four new pieces to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. This painting is called “Fade Pink”, inspiration from the Winter that suddenly shifted to Spring.