Today marks the conclusion of my solo exhibit “Dreams Between Darkness” at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. The show encapsulates a years worth of studio work. Strange to see it wrapping up. This particular paintings was one of the more surreal pieces in a show featuring 21 paintings.
Meditation on the damage we have done and continue to do to our beautiful mother.
I just finished this dark intriguing piece. I posted it here a while back as a WIP. I am locked up in the studio scrambling to get paintings finalized for my upcoming solo show. The exhibit will be in Astoria, Oregon at the RiverSea Gallery! The show opens June 11th.
This painting was part of my solo exhibit back in 2019. I am currently working hard to complete a collection of paintings for my next show at RiverSea Gallery opening June 11th!
A new painting in the studio. This one is a work in progress, a dramatic experiment. I am going to be doing a few in a series… the grand adventure.
Psychological landscape work! This apocalyptic piece has a tremendous presence in the studio.
Another strangely optimistic painting in the studio. I have been obsessively listening to news podcasts and watching just about every other news source on television. It always feels like the end of days and just seems to get worst. I don’t have much faith in the human animal… but here is a bit of visual hope.
I am taking some high resolution studio photos of recent work. This hopeful painting is willfully contrary to all the dark news. I wish I could focus on the gifts in life.