The snows are deep. It has a startling beauty. I know it will lose its charm. This one is heading to Abend Gallery, in Denver.
Looking up at snow covered branches. I am endlessly dragging them off the driveway, hoping my timing isn’t wrong.
As I write this we are buried in snow. It’s such a dramatic and beautiful change to the scenery. Of course it also pretty challenging at times!
I made a YouTube video about the creation of this painting. Check out my channel if you get a chance!
A painting inspired by the ridge that blocks much of the low winter sun. We have loads of snow coming which is inspiring a lot of winter artwork this year.
Though the daylight is brief the combination of snow and moon last night made for a magical evening. I guess it’s only a matter of time before I paint some large moonlight related imagery.
Work in progress on this snowbound passage.
Starting a series of paintings focusing on the forest. I live in snow country so there will be some winter imagery, don’t be alarmed.
The other day we received 8″ of snow. It is always startling to wake up to such a dramatic shift in the world.
I abandoned what I was working on in the studio and did a couple moody snow scenes. Fun capturing the vibe right outside my window.
This painting was on of my top nine Instagram posts over 2019. The painting sold through Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, S.C.
A really great gallery I hope to visit first hand someday. Preferably during a North Idaho winter.
Darkness lurks along the edge. The brightest day may bloom from night. Left on a forgotten road it always finds the way.
This is the third painting in this little series. The painting is my favorite of the group because I am a fan of interesting mark making and simplicity. Creating something seemingly minimal and effortless is often incredibly difficult. This is where all of my years of painting work in my favor.