Winter continues to paint my world. I was not planning more winter scenes but it is drawing me in with its silent magic.
A new winter scene on the studio easel. I love nature, it is a constant source of inspiration and joy. I tend to use nature as a jumping off point. My paintings tend to be fantastical dreamscapes, this is a good example. The paint is also the subject, I obsess over paint blending and mark making.
Happy Holidays 2022!
This photo was taken in February 2022, we have much more snow now! The painting is 30”x24”, acrylic and was sold to a client in Denver, Colorado.
Have a safe and happy holiday season!
Do you do what you LOVE?
Some mornings I am in the groove, this has been a good one! I love spending my time painting, never thought I would be able to do this full time. Very grateful things have gone the way they have.
A small painting to represent the season. Heavy snowfall in my part of the world.
The Weight (SOLD)
This painting was just sold. It is off to its new home in Florida! Video below showing the framing process for a floater frame.
A new reel honoring the ending of the winter season for 2022. The snow is melting fast here so this year it seems accurate! This is my favorite winter painting of the year, seemed like the appropriate one to post.
Locals are calling it “the big melt off”, which is definitely the case. Winter doesn’t really give up the ghost around here until April so it isn’t time to put away the snowblower just yet. This is one of my favorite winter paintings of the season. It is also my favorite painting size at the moment.
January Blanket (shipped)
This one has shipped to its new home in Colorado. I am pretty selective regarding commissions I take, this was a fun one.
Snow today inside and outside of my studio. The sun is out and it’s a beautiful weekend.