This was part of an ethereal collection of sky paintings I recently finished. Minimal sky paintings freed from the constraints of land.
Atmospherics and lighting are always intriguingly me. When nature stops me in my tracks, I take note.
I am working on a series of sky-scapes. The balance of subtle and bold. This one has a bit of newly found magic.
Balance is a difficult concept for me. I have never found a great work life balance. I get a little obsessed.
This is one of four paintings I just sold through Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. I have been sending work to this gallery consistently for about a year and a half. I love Wyoming and this town so it’s a little crazy I haven’t personally visited the gallery yet!
I love a dramatic sky. This painting is one of my favorite recent works. It will probably be heading to my Solo Show at Abend Gallery in August. I have so much to do for two shows, good to have some powerful pieces in my back pocket.
This painting just sold through Elliott Fouts Gallery. This beautiful Sacramento gallery has been good to me! I have been sending them artwork for many years and they hosted a great solo show just a year ago.
Another tribute to the beauty of winter light. So glad the days are getting longer, gradual as it is.
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.
This is one of five paintings I will be shipping to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming. I am still framing and mounting hardware on these pieces. Everything takes so much time!
This summer at my show opening a woman asked me, “do you just try to come up with pretentious titles for your work?” Truth is I don’t really try that hard.