I was pleased to learn this painting was sold by Elliott Fouts Gallery in Sacramento, California. I have been selling work there since 2016. I had a really fun solo show at the gallery a few years back, super gallery.
The week has suddenly taken a bad turn. For the first time in a long while I won’t be working in the studio. This older image painting seems appropriate.
I was happy to learn that this large painting sold through Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado! I am thankful for the recent sales, it keeps the art train rolling.
This painting is on its way to Texas! Happy to have more sales these days. Making a living as a painter is a difficult but deeply rewarding journey.
It cost nearly as much to ship this small painting to Texas as the huge 40”x30”x5” box I just sent to Oregon. Shipping is so expensive now, particularly out of region.
I finished painting this commission during the week. I had done a few 14”x11” paintings in advance just to experiment with color and motion before tackling such a large painting. over the weekend I will varnish this one and install hangers. Then package and ship!
This painting was sold through Abend Gallery during my solo show in August.
A couple recent works that pair well, influence from morning hikes. Starting with small studies can either lead to larger pieces or satisfy the need.
An older painting I recently dug up. I put a couple more hours into it and like the result. I rarely go back to older work unless I need a surface to paint on.
Varnished, framed, packed and shipped. It all takes a lot of extra time but it is a critical part of the gig. This one is now in the hands of FedEx, shipping to Alabama.
Future Light (16”x12”)
Hand signed and numbered giclee prints mounted on thick archival card stock. Only 9 of 30 left of these limited editions! $110 with free shipping in the States. $10.00 international shipping. Prints are numbered and signed on the back.