I have taken on a commission to paint some small paintings at an unusual size. So I took the opportunity to prepare a number of extra boards at that size.
The title pretty much describes it. I love fog lifting through the trees in the early morning. Firs and pines standing still while light and shadows shift and swirl.
This is the second forest painting I have completed recently. The trees were inspired by my front yard! Both of the paintings are 24″x30″ acrylic paintings.
I have been meaning to paint some forest scenes for some time. I finally have completed one of the paintings on a 24″x30″ board.
My sister and brother in law made the treck to North Idaho to visit over the 4th of July weekend. We had a lot of fun on the water enjoying the rewards of summer.
I sent her home with a couple of paintings she was fond of!
I mailed this 10″x10″ acrylic painting to Indiana this week. I’m staying put but my paintings are enjoying a bit of travel.
I took a road trip down to Baker City yesterday afternoon. I took the long way because it looked like the more scenic route. I generally want to get from A to B as quickly as possible but the spring Palouse drew me in.
I knew I had been on the road before but it would have been years ago in my college days. I saw a sign for the Palouse Falls and impulsively extended the trip slightly more. It was worth the 4 mile detour! The Falls were roaring with the spring runoff. It was also the warmest weather I have seen since last September! Like being transported into a future/past summer.
Frozen shorelines and January ice water serve as the subject for some recent work. This painting is 24″x24″.
Well it is winter, this painting was inspired by the snowy country in which I live. The painting is a 24″x24″ acrylic painting on plexiglass panel.
Three acrylic paintings related to the elusive winter sun. These paintings are each 16″x16″.
I put some time into painting last night and decided to paint a fairly frantic cloudscape. This painting is 16″x16″, I like the energy and color blending with this piece… hard to achieve on a larger format. It felt like a little glimpse of something new which is always exciting! Always trying to capture an immediacy and simple quality that is very tricky.