Beautiful in its own terrible way. That being said I am hoping this summer is free of wildfires and frightening viruses.
Final capture of this painting from six weeks ago. What a different world it was. I wonder what things will look like six weeks from now? I guess we will have to wait and see.
I have a show opening May Day in Traverse City, Michigan. The gallery is Higher Art Gallery and the exhibit is called “The Woodlands”. I am continuing to add to my collection for the show. Not a lot of time left!
I have some 12” in the studio so I took myself way off course and played around with some water imagery. It’s good to break things up from time to time.
I am always experimenting. I paint every day but don’t post everything I do. These are a pair of experimental pieces.
Monday was my 47th consecutive day working in the studio. Truly hitting the wall and burning out. An amazing winter squall came raging through, I was back on board.
This painting just sold through Elliott Fouts Gallery. This beautiful Sacramento gallery has been good to me! I have been sending them artwork for many years and they hosted a great solo show just a year ago.
A couple of colorful mini paintings! I am painting tiny paintings as I work on large scale pieces. Keeping the plates spinning.
Studio light alone shines on this moonscape commission. Last look at this one, it was packed up and shipped to its new home.
A little commission I finished yesterday morning. These days I am focusing on my upcoming exhibits but I am still taking a few commissions to keep things rolling.