My old 163k IG account was hacked two days ago. I felt like abandoning the platform. I decided to keep fighting to get my account back and start a new account to keep pushing forward in the meantime. I have been overwhelmed with the support I have received from so many talented artists, truly restoring my faith in humanity. There are terrible people in the world, we all see it. There are also some really great generous folks. Although my new account is tiny, the people that are along for the ride have been so great. Happy Sunday, hope everyone is enjoying this weekend of summer!
National Bison Range
With a weekend journey down the highway to the National Bison Range, it seemed appropriate to post this final capture of “Tatanka”. It was inspired by a previous outing to this beautiful part of Montana. The painting is now at Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado.
A couple of colorful mini paintings! I am painting tiny paintings as I work on large scale pieces. Keeping the plates spinning.
One of five paintings framed and almost ready to ship to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. Framing, installing hardware and taking final photographs always takes longer than I remember. Trying to get some work finalized this Sunday so that I can play with paint in the morning.
Two moody forest scenes. I prepared so many 12” boards that I keep painting images this size! It is a fun scale to work on as it allows for a little quicker experimentation. Ultimately I need to move back to larger panels for my 2020 exhibits.
Nothing and Everything
I am a constant observer of the sky and water. Trying to capture the feeling of those magical fleeting moments.
Melancholy and beauty, so often holding hands.
Two sunset paintings in a row! This week I will be posting some super heavy cloudscapes. So these are a peaceful pause before the storm.