I am so excited to be in New York City for Armory Week! Here is one of the paintings in The Artbox NY 1.0 Show at the Stricoff Gallery, 564 W 25th St. New York, NY. The steel is revealed through scraping and polishing and adds reflective light to this piece. In most places that read as white in this digital photo, it is actually the steel reflecting the light back at the viewer, in the lake and water falls as well as the mountains in the background on the right.
Here is the link for the Red, White, and Snow On Line Auction. Please bid on my painting! Scroll down to page 6 to find it! 100% of the proceeds benefit the National Ability Center! Check it out and thanks for all your support!
This is one of the largest paintings I have done to date and my first triptych! Please view on a laptop or desktop to see it as it would hang on the wall!
I am super inspired by the beautiful Wasatch Mountain Range that I see everyday here in Park City, Utah. This is a bit more rugged than my previous version, with a bit more texture, drips and splatters as well as the hazy effects of the snowy clouds wrapping around the shoulders of the peak.
I am in the Artbox Show during Armory Week in NYC! Please stop by if you are in the area and check out my work! I will be in town for part of the show so let me know and we can meet at the gallery!
It is that time of year again! The National Ability Center’s fantastic fundraiser, “Red, White & Snow” is fast coming upon us, March 1-3, 2018! I will be donating this piece for auction this year. Please go to their site and register for the on line auction! You could win this back-country ski inspired painting!
I tend to put aside a painting when I get stumped or frustrated. Consequently, I seem to have a lot of works in progress! After moving once again this summer, I really needed to clean out my studio, and give myself a fresh start. I pitched a lot of paintings that I had lost passion for but I found the beginnings of this painting. It was inspired by the incredible brilliance of the Japanese Maple trees that I passed when I walked down Stonybrook Road, near my old house in Westport, CT. I realized, the stone wall that actually exists on that road, and just about every road in Westport, did not need to be there. The painting works much better with out it and the ambiguity of the light play through the trees is far more interesting to me.