This painting was sold through Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. I still have a few other paintings there, excited to have work in N.C.
This small painting was just sold by RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
I sold this after the show ended. I have discovered that Art Centers are a bad way to sell artwork. They can be a fun social event but for artists trying to make a living, I haven’t had any good experiences. Selling work through a small gallery is likely to be a better way to sell art. If you can sell work yourself no one is taking 50% of the sale!
Shipping off this UGallery sale. Fancy shipping boxes always a plus.
This small painting is all finished up. I varnished it, cleaned up the edges and hung the hardware over the weekend. Now packing it up for the long journey to Italy. I spent a few months in Siena, Italy while I was in college in the 90’s… when the world was young.
This 21″x8″ painting was sold through RiverSea Gallery in Astoria Oregon.
The two vertical paintings together one last time. I delivered the one on the right to a buyer. The one on the left is at my exhibit at the Vashon Center for the Arts on Vashon Island. The show opening is October 4th 6-9:00 PM.
I am frantically varnishing and finalizing paintings for my upcoming show. I need to deliver it in less than one week!
In the meantime I sold a couple of small paintings so I am boxing them up today. I was going to bring them to my exhibit but you have to take sales when you can. I have turned down a few sales recently on some of the bigger pieces going to the show but these two are small so what the heck.
I sold this small painting, it is now in California at it’s new home!
This painting just sold through Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, South Carolina.
A great gallery started years ago by a college art couple that followed their dream! Now it is a hugely successful gallery in a great historic town. I hope to visit some day preferably when it cold up here!