Though this painting was sold, prints can still be purchased at minted.com! I have many paintings available and more from the latest challenge coming soon!
Another new painting bound for my show at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
Another one of my small paintings. I found these little frames in my studio. I don’t remember why I bought them but decided the time was right!
I am fickle about the tools and brushes I use. They generally have to get heavily broken in before I like them much. This new brush though has made It into constant rotation and I recommend it. It is a No. 12 Qualita FLAT By Creative Mark.
Another small study potentially leading to a larger work. I have worked up a few of these little waterscapes now. I am going to begin a larger painting this Memorial Monday, along these lines.
Water and light have always drawn me in. The endless shifting of shapes and colors has a meditative quality. Slowly you drift.
I have always loved big open spaces. Something that is getting harder to find in our modern world.
One of many magical things about water is the open distance. People often suggest I add a boat or plane to my paintings… no.
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!
This piece will also be shipping to Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Inspired by some very pretty winter mornings.
I never took a finished photo of this painting. I still don’t have a proper photo! It is at least an interesting contrast in environments.