A painting from December that I sold during my February solo show at Elliott Fouts Gallery in Sacramento, California. We returned from that trip in a night blizzard, white knuckles but it worked out!
Now that there are just a few tiny patches of snow lingering in the shadows, my last winter scene. This is the smallest of the work I will be shipping to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
This is another painting I will be shipping to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. A new collection of pieces I am eager to share!
I guess I will post a TBT… only because I was so fond of this painting. I painted this in late summer then shipped it to Kuwait! That was the slowest shipping I have experienced, I was worried for weeks! I actually sent a few paintings and they appeared to be in limbo with no information available. But the box finally made it to the client and she was thrilled… so there can be happy endings.
I was invited to send some paintings to Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. They are having a landscape painting exhibit and I was glad they thought of me!
I will be sending a really large painting in July for another exhibit… more to come later!
I am donating this painting to a fund raising auction. “Perfect Pairings: an evening of wine and food”, it takes place in Madison, WI April 13th at the Blackhawk Country Club.
I sold these two paintings. One is bound for Germany, the other for California!
They were challenging to paint but also rewarding. One was a commission the other just for fun.
My finished storm collection. Varnished, framed and ready to pack. Two of these will head to Horizon Fine Art Gallery In Jackson, Wyoming. The two on the left will go to private collectors.
I had s little commission last week of the northern lights. I decided to do a second painting which I finished over the weekend!
Also I saw a moose Saturday!
I had a little commission painting this week. It was fun trying to create the magical feel of the aurora borealis.
The client is excited. Now I just need to varnish and sign the painting… and wait for the frame to show up!