Photographing some of my paintings this morning. Anything that isn’t painting feels like a distraction, but it is part of the gig.
I was pleased to hear this painting sold over the weekend. It was one of my favorite pieces at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
From high resolution scan, I am particularly fond of this one. I was planning on doing some really large paintings in this theme. I have derailed myself but it’s still on my mind.
Working on some smaller paintings. Finding new paths on old roads.
So much work to do for my August solo show at Abend Gallery in Denver. I made the time for this little commission. Just putting the finishing touches on the piece, shipping this week.
Working on some 20” square wooden panels. I used to avoid the square format. Now I appreciate the fact that they are so void of composition, so blank before the paint.
A simple painting of tranquility.
Where shall you take us?
I finished this painting about 9 months ago. It is currently hanging at the RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. This gallery has been a landmark for art along the Northern Oregon Coast for many years.
Catching up with more high resolution photos of recent work.