I pretty magical small painting that is part of a collection of art I just sent to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
This painting sold in February of this year through RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. I am excited to have another solo show with them summer of 2022.
Another painting in my ongoing series of 12” squares. It has been a nice break working at this modest scale.
Before my exhibit at Momentum Gallery (Asheville, North Carolina) my studio was filled with finished artwork. I only took a couple of photos which is kind of a shame in retrospect. The exhibit ends next week and is nearly sold out.
I find myself working on meditative paintings frequently. When I am fully immersed in painting it creates a very trance like state. Combining the process with imagery infused with mystery and movement, the feeling is compounded.
Another 12” square on my easel. Priming a huge number of wood panels was definitely a good idea. I want to spend my time painting without all the prep work between moments at the easel.
Time is grinding us all back to star dust. I wish I could stockpile the good days.
I peaceful little lake painting surrounded by a chaotic mix of studio paintings from 2021.
I am busy painting in the studio. This one is brand new. I have primed and prepped a lot of fairly small panels and am diving in.
I am busy packing a large collection of paintings for my solo show. The exhibit will open July 2nd at Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina.
Each show I want to be my greatest art exhibit. I was putting on two or three a year for the last seven years. During the pandemic I decided one show a year is the most I should take on. As a result I agreed to the Momentum exhibit and turned down the other offers. It has proven to be the correct decision, this is going to be my best exhibit to date!
A painting from three and a half years ago. It sold through Elliott Fouts Gallery in Sacramento, California.