Work in progress 12″x16″
The past two Thursdays I have revisited some paintings from last summer. These are each 24″x24″, I find TBT to be a bit of a lazy post but it is interesting to reflect on past work.
The weather is cooling and I’m already pining for summer, time rushes past. This little 10″x8″ painting is an ode to summer, painted on a wooden panel.
This painting has shipped off to it’s new home in Texas! It is a 20″x16″ painting that I just picked up from my solo show in Pendleton, Oregon.
This painting was part of a storm series I had started working on over the summer. Inspired by some rather overwhelming early summer storms that were shockingly beautiful and probably contributed to our summer forest fires.
Delicate atmospherics above the big water. A subject that is always intriguing to me, keeps drawing me back.
I have returned from Pendleton, closing out my most recent solo show. I came over to the studio to prep some paintings for shipment and decided to get a photo of this painting.
Safe travels on this Labor Day weekend!
I mailed these small paintings off to a semi-local gallery in Idaho called “Little Pink House Gallery”. The cloud painting is 10″x8″ and the water painting is 10″x10″
This painting was inspired by the shoreline of Lake Pend Oreille, where I often go walking. There is something magical and intriguing about the rocks fading into the water. This time of year the glow of the waves is especially hypnotic. I do love summer…
This is one of three storm paintings I have recently finished. This particular one is now framed and ready for the Pendleton, Oregon exhibit!
I am working on a series of storm inspired paintings. Watching a big thunderstorm crawl across the expansive lake gives one a sense of place, a very small place. This particular painting is much more of a calm meditative image. They will get more apocalyptic!