This large painting has shipped and is on its way to Saint Augustine, Florida. I am really pleased to be working with this gallery. The gallery is putting together a nice collection of my work… hope to visit, preferably in the winter!
One of three paintings that are now available through Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. I was invited to participate in a landscape artists group show… I said yes.
I am busily framing new pieces. I would much rather be painting but this is part of the job! Preparing paintings for Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming.
Ocean Song (Shipped)
This painting is on its way to the Grand Bohemian Gallery in Saint Augustine, Florida! I have shipped off five paintings to two separate galleries in the last week. I am still way behind on promised work…
Things to Come (Shipped)
I framed and shipped two new acrylic paintings to The Grand Bohemian Gallery in Saint Augustine, Florida. This painting is 16”x20” on cradled board finished with a floater frame. i will post a video of the larger painting this weekend.
I framed this new painting with a black floater frame. This is one of two paintings I will be shipping to the Grand Bohemian Gallery in St. Augustine, Florida.
Golden Time (S.C.)
This large painting is shipping to Greenville, South Carolina today! It will be available through the Grand Bohemian Gallery.
March of Time (SOLD)
I sold this painting to a collector over the weekend. This piece was part of an Instagram story showing a number of paintings I was varnishing. It has been a while since I sold a piece so randomly, lifted my spirits a bit. Now it is framed and ready for its voyage to Atlanta, Georgia!
Travelers Time (SOLD)
Travelers Time (SOLD)
So pleased to have sold this to a collector in Florida! Frighteningly it was somehow delivered to the wrong address but luckily found it’s way home! Shipping is so expensive nowadays yet risky… now a very scary hurricane headed to Florida. I hope everyone is safe.
Drift of Thought (SOLD)
I was excited to hear that this painting sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery as soon as it was unpacked!
I have decided to take next year off from the solo show grind. I am going to send work as it is made to a handful of galleries I enjoy working with. Holding onto work for a show is exciting, to see a large collection hanging together. Shows are also stressful and an all your eggs in one basket proposition. My new plan affords me the freedom to make small collections with no specific goal or destination.