I have spent a lot of time this summer delivering art and and visiting galleries. I am currently on a road trip to close out my “Apocalyptic Beauty” exhibit. I took a slight detour to drop off a painting I sold to a great friend recently. He immediately took down a framed print and hung this painting in its place of honor. Now off to Astoria, Oregon!
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I just received a clients photo of this commission installed in their lovely home! I am including additional photos of the painting taken at the 7b studio.
Freshly varnished at the 7b studio spray booth! This is a shot from a week or so ago.
Even though the spray booth pulls the air through the studio well, I do not use it unless I am done working for the day.
Elliott Fouts Gallery
Two of four new paintings at Elliott Fouts Gallery in Sacramento, California! I traveled with a huge hard case that allowed for a safe delivery!
Thanks Elliott and Michelle!
This is one of the paintings I sold opening night at the RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. The exhibit features 24 of my paintings in a wide variety of sizes. The exhibit is called “Apocalyptic Beauty” it runs through August 6th!
Prepping so many paintings for my upcoming show! I have finalized 24 works now I am wrapping them all for the road trip to RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon!
Another large landscape on the easel. I am working on two paintings this size for a show at Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado.
I have really enjoyed working on such a large cradled board. It seems every time I paint something with some scale I want to do more! As I am finalizing work for my solo show at RiverSea Gallery in Astoria, Oregon I am also finalizing paintings for a few galleries sprinkled around the country. It seems I am always scrambling.
As my next show gets closer I am making decisions about which pieces I will take. I am varnishing older work and still painting new pieces. I want the exhibit to be a strong collection that all belongs together but also with visual variety. It is tough to know sometimes exactly how much work is needed. Like so many things in life it is about making good decisions.
I finalized work on another commission. I intensified the colors and mounted the painting in a floater frame. They wanted a “Montana” inspired grassland, I made light the star of the show. I really like the loose quality of the grass, some really fresh color blends.
Shipping this painting to Western Washington and a couple small works to Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, South Carolina. I have been working nonstop so hoping to relax a bit this Memorial Day Weekend. I hope everyone else enjoys a long weekend!