24”x18”, 12”x12” & 10”x10”
Three new paintings have just arrived at Horizon Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming! From biggest to smallest they are titled; Drift of Thought, Chasing and Morning.
I am in the middle of prepping more work for a Florida gallery and one private sale. I had hoped to finish it all this weekend but it has not happened.
In the studio before packing!
Transition – 30”x24”, acrylic
This intense painting is framed and available at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon!
Labor Day weekend is upon us. I have some paintings to varnish and some others to frame. These days all of my work seems to go to various art galleries around the country. I am happy to have the options, very grateful to do what I love.
I felt like adding something light after yesterday’s obituary. Nature brings me so much joy… so much better than my phone.
24”x30”, acrylic painting
A quick little glimpse into my studio today. This painting is starting to take shape. Mood, mystery and atmosphere always elements I pursue in my work. Have a great weekend.
The Traveler – 16”x20”, acrylic
I will be varnishing and framing this painting during the weekend. It is a commission that will be displayed with an older painting of my called “the hermit”.
Time Keeper, 18”x18” acrylic
Final shot of this painting before I frame it. I am crazy busy varnishing, framing and installing hardware. All my work has to be wrapped boxed and shipped to Abend Gallery in Denver within a week!
A little stress finalizing a solo show. I keep squeezing in painting time, cannot help it.
Without Answers, 20”x16” acrylic
Final capture of this piece. Enjoying a few days off to spend time with family, happy 4th of July!
Drift Beyond, 20”x20” acrylic
Working on some 20” square wooden panels. I used to avoid the square format. Now I appreciate the fact that they are so void of composition, so blank before the paint.
Travels, 24”x18” acrylic
An ancient light casting warmth and fear. Dancing to a rhythm it blends into the night. The question lost with a crack and spark.
Morning, 5”x7” acrylic
Well it’s the weekend everybody! Actually for me it’s just another morning in the studio. I really wouldn’t have it any other way.
I am preparing work for my Vashon Island exhibit opening October 4th. I am also playing around with some small semi haunted forest paintings.