Small paintings are a great way to play with compositions and color schemes. I am also excited to use these little frames!
The magic of spring when the grass is still green and growing. The days expanding and the outdoors beckon.
I finished these two small sunset paintings. I have a number of small frames and am excited to fill them! These will probably be headed to my solo show in Astoria, Oregon in July.
Another small painting! The brush partly for scale, mostly for painting.
Lately I have been working on some small paintings! I have some very large panels patiently waiting in the wings so stay tuned!
I have been working on this commission, inspired by the big open spaces of Montana. I really enjoyed the subtle blending of hues in the field, the glow of light. I just love that kind of country!
Water and light have always drawn me in. The endless shifting of shapes and colors has a meditative quality. Slowly you drift.
I accidentally made some kind of new fangled clock! Turns out it is later than I thought…
I captured a proper digital image of this painting. Trying to keep up on this sort of thing!
This will be going to my solo show in Astoria, Oregon in mid July. It promises to be a pretty interesting collection!
What’s in a name? Nothing or maybe everything… this painting seems to call out it’s name.