It’s another Wednesday and I am so thankful to have a dedicated space to paint. Also the time to work on the art I really care about. The winter has arrived but I am excited about being hold up in my studio and giving it all I’ve got! Strangely upbeat today, must be a chemical imbalance.
This is a 24″x30″ painting I recently got back from a local show. I regretted not getting a proper photograph of it before the show but now I have one! This one is bound for A solo show on Bainbridge Island in a month!
Once again trying to capture the feeling of snow falling on the lake. This is another 24″x30″ acrylic painting on panel.
Mark making is always an important element in my painting process. I was pleased with the results on this piece. The suggestion of movement and precipitation is there but it also has an expressive quality that elevates the image.
Watching snow fall onto the rough water of Lake Pend Oreille is inspirational! There is a hypnotic quality to the combined movements of drifting flakes and rolling waves. I am playing around with this idea in some recent works, this is one of the larger paintings.
Here is a collection of 10’x10′ studies I have painted this week. Lake Pend Oreille is frozen along much of it’s shoreline reluctantly giving up the ice to March. Giant clouds roll across the landscape in a constant dramatic shift. Photos don’t seem to do the beauty justice and my paintings barely hint at the spectacle…. we do what we can.
Openings of water are appearing on the frozen lake. They look like rivers and ponds forming in the icy field. I have been inspired to use the imagery as a jumping off point for some small paintings. These are 10″x10″ open acrylic paintings.