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.
One of my top nine of 2019. This one was sold through Elliott Fouts Gallery in Sacramento. I had a solo show at the gallery last February, this painting was part of that exhibit.
This painting was on of my top nine Instagram posts over 2019. The painting sold through Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, S.C.
A really great gallery I hope to visit first hand someday. Preferably during a North Idaho winter.
Three small acrylic paintings, each 5″x7″. I am working on small pieces in preparation for larger works. The middle painting just sold this morning.
This is the third painting in this little series. The painting is my favorite of the group because I am a fan of interesting mark making and simplicity. Creating something seemingly minimal and effortless is often incredibly difficult. This is where all of my years of painting work in my favor.
This is one of two paintings I am packing up. They will be shipped to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole. I am thankful for all the galleries around the country that are asking for my work. It is tough making a living as a painter, galleries are one of the components I rely upon.
Final shot of this painting. Now on display at Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. This is one of four paintings I have at the gallery.
A recent piece of mine that is on the road to Momentum Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina.
The Clark Fork River is a mighty river, it feeds Lake Pend Oreille.
Shipping off this UGallery sale. Fancy shipping boxes always a plus.