A new painting, probably finished but I am setting on my newly installed studio shelf while I switch gears and turn it up to 11.
I was happy to sell this new painting to a collector in Denver. The painting is on canvas panel so I skipped the floater frame and went with a different style… lucky he also loved the gold frame!
The beauty of winter, an irresistible lure for my brush. The season is long in North Idaho, this one really started early. Like all things it will end, reveling in its splendor while it is visiting.
I was pleased to hear this painting and four other pieces were sold through the Grand Bohemian Lodge Gallery in Greenville, South Carolina.
I love the winter solstice. The days will once again stretch out and we can look forward to the light. In the meantime we can enjoy the low sun magic and winter landscape.
Playing around with some 12”x16” canvas panels in the studio. A bit of exploration for potential larger works to come.
I have been working on some small paintings. Using up some boards and finding satisfaction in some fresh pieces. I really love studio days, in a snow filled landscape.
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.
More small work happening in the studio. I have been painting some rather large pieces so it is nice to mix it up. Happy Thanksgiving!
This morning I put the finishing touches on this small painting. I have a number of boards this unusual size. I will have to order custom floater frames when the time comes.