Catching up with more high resolution photos of recent work.
Creating cloudscapes filled with light, shadow and mystery.
I have painted some small campfire paintings with the intention of eventually working on larger ones. Currently the largest boards I have prepped are 11″x14″ so I decided to paint some at that size. Just large enough to give me more freedom of movement! I sold this one before I posted it on Instagram. The woman who purchased it saw it on my “story” which is a video limited to 24 hours. She lives in Kuwait, excited to be sending work to a country I have not mailed to previously!
This is a 14″x11″ painting. I love to play around with the shifting forms of clouds and light. The behavior of the paint and the way it is manipulated is the star of the show here!
These are some of the smaller paintings I will have at next Friday’s show at the BPA. I am bringing 22 paintings which might be too much for the space… time will tell.
This 12″x9″ painting has just dried. It is part of a collection of acrylic paintings I am preparing for a show on Bainbridge Island at the BPA.
I recently finished these two 16″x16″ dramatic cloud paintings. They will be part of the collection of paintings headed to Bainbridge Island for a solo exhibit. The show is at BPA, I have never been there but am looking forward to it! I have been to Bainbridge Island a number of times, beautiful place across the sound from Seattle.
I love the power and ever shifting appearance of clouds. Giants of the sky decorating the blue or bringing in weather.
I have been working on a series featuring clouds. This is one I finished recently, it captures a bit of magic for me…
This acrylic painting is 16″x16″
This moody painting strives to capture some of the delicate light clouds capture when the skies turn dark. This particular painting is 16″x16″.
This 24”x 18” painting has shipped off to a collector in San Francisco, CA. I was saving it for one of my two looming show deadlines but a fella has to make some money when he can!
This painting really has a beautiful apocalyptic vibe which was fun in the studio, plus we find ourselves at 2 minutes to midnight. Hopefully, the purchaser will enjoy this piece in the remaining two minutes!