Sunday, December 08, 2019

Early December Snow


I took this photo earlier in the week (December 3rd) after it snowed.  Today I cropped the original version to get this composition.

Saturday, December 07, 2019

Reposting: Spring in the Mountains (Acrylic Watermedia Painting)


This is the third of three small paintings on display this month at Porter Mill's December showl.  This is acrylic used watermedia on paper, 9 x 12 inches.

Friday, December 06, 2019

Reposting: Front Range Memory (Posterized Photo)


I am reposting this, a posterized version of a photo that I took near Colorado Springs sometime in 2011.  This image was the inspiration for the painting "Colorado Front Range" that I shipped off yesterday to its new owner in Colorado Springs.

Thursday, December 05, 2019

Sending "Colorado Front Range" to Colorado


I have posted this painting here before, but am reposting it now because today I mailed it off to its new owner in Colorado Springs! It's nice to think that this painting will end up so close to the Front Range.  It was inspired by a photo that I took during a trip from Denver to Colorado Springs.

Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Reposting: Indigo Mountains (Acrylic Water Media)


Here is the second of three of my small paintings that are now on display in Porter Mill's December show. The gallery will be open for Open Studies this weekend.This is one of my "Mountain Daydreams," inspired by memories of my home state of Colorado. This is acrylic watermedia on paper, 9" x 12".

Tuesday, December 03, 2019

Reposting: Bittersweet Mountains (Acrylic Water Media)


This is a small watercolor (9 x 12), based on my memories of Colorado.  I am reposting this because it is one of three of my paintings currently on display at Porter Mill Gallery for our December show.  Stop by for Open Studios (this weekend).

Monday, December 02, 2019

Reposting: Snow on Blue-Violet Range


I am reposting this because this is one of two paintings that I dropped off yesterday for the December show at Galatea Gallery in Boston.  This is acrylic water media on Aquabord, 16 x 20 (with a 2" cradle, which means it is ready to hand, no frame or glass needed.)