Good Things 🔴

Good Things – 10”x10”, acrylic

I was happy to learn that this painting sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. I have been working with the gallery for about 5 years now. Hopefully I can get more work to them soon. I have been swamped putting together work for my June solo show.

Beyond Forever (sold)

Beyond Forever – 40”x30”, acrylic

I am wrapping up a big new Art Commission arranged through Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. This one she brings the magic and the mystery. I keep saying I won’t do more commissions. The commissions have all been rewarding this year… but seriously this might be the last, for a little while.

Autumn and Gold 🔴

Autumn and Gold – 18”x24”, acrylic

Yesterday I received a phone call from Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. They let me know that this piece had sold. The owner was asking for more work… so grateful for the interest in my art! I am working as hard as I can on my upcoming solo show at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria. Oregon. That said making a living as an artist is tough, you have to sell work and reserve work for shows… not enough time for it all. I am glad it is still the dead of winter so I don’t feel as guilty caging myself in the studio nonstop.

Without Answers 🔴

Without Answers – 20”x16”, acrylic

I was happy to learn that this painting was sold through Abend Gallery, in Denver, Colorado. It’s a funny thing I rarely here from galleries about sales… checks just show up in the mailbox. I am so grateful I get to spend my days painting. The paychecks are sporadic but so much more meaningful.

Turn to Yesterday 🔴

Turn to Yesterday – 40”x24”, acrylic

I sent this painting to Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. It sold very quickly to an art enthusiast in Washington D.C.

I had been saving this large piece for my coming solo show but making a living isn’t easy. I have to sell some work as I go. I am so grateful to the galleries and collectors that help me keep this ship afloat.

Here I am just before the snows hit