Spring has sprung, and I have awoken from hibernation, more or less. At any rate, it is time to update. What follows in no particular order are some of the paintings I have completed since my last post:
This one, Seven Sirens, is a scene I painted at Riverbend Ponds with the Fort Collins PAAC group. 8×10″, oil on canvas panel, $225.
I didn’t think that much of this one at first, but it has turned the most heads of any of my paintings so far. I called it Melting Away, and if you visited the Thompson Valley National show at the Lincoln Gallery last month, you may remember it. 8×10″, oil on canvas panel, nfs.
Westward is one of my few (so far) paintings of the Continental Divide, from a secret spot along the Bear River Road. 12×16″, oil on canvas panel, $350.
Poudre Paradise is one of my first alla prima pieces, and the product of a beautiful day spent with my girlfriend and several other painters in the middle section of Poudre Canyon. 12×16″, oil on canvas panel, $400.
Farmhouse is another alla prima piece, painted on one of the local open spaces at a local PAAC paintout, and one of my rare forays into architecture. 12×16″, oil on canvas panel, $400.
Elkhorn Canyon is another alla prima, painted about half a mile up the trail from “Poudre Paradise,” at another of our informal paintouts. 12×16″, oil on canvas panel, $400.