Wandering around alone in the woods can be magical. It sounds a bit like a metaphor at the moment.
I have some 12” in the studio so I took myself way off course and played around with some water imagery. It’s good to break things up from time to time.
I am always experimenting. I paint every day but don’t post everything I do. These are a pair of experimental pieces.
I have a number of projects ongoing today, everyday. This one has a great feel.
On a related note, I always aim to rise above. It seems awful easy to be drug down into the mud.
Continuing on with my forest imagery. I am putting together a collection of paintings for my “Woodlands” exhibit opening in May. The exhibit is at Higher Art Gallery in Traverse City, Michigan.
I Finalized these seven 5″x5″ paintings. Now I just have to make it to town so I can ship them off! They are headed to Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado.
Light, color and atmosphere are some of the elements I am obsessed with. So a small sunset painting before I really dig into the winter and forest imagery I am inspired to do.
Two recent water squares have shipped to an art buyer in Boise, Idaho. Hard to capture the magic of these in a photograph, the colors always seem to shift.
Have a great Sunday!
16”x16” and 18”x18”
A lineup of wave paintings from last week. This week I will refocus on commissions and bigger projects.
Packing up my Vashon Island Show I paused to appreciate the work. Delivering everything via ferry on Monday. Excited to see my friends and family.