Monumental Mountain The Polar Pom-Pom Project Adrift North
The Clarity of Upside-downness

The Clarity of Upside-downness

Posted by on Sep 9, 2018 in Blog | No Comments

After a one month painting hiatus filled with travel and then back-to-school busyness, it always feels good to get back into the studio albeit a little daunting. I was able to jump back in and finish “Guano Rock” — a painting that I had begun the day before my travels. And then I reworked “Cave, Hope.” But what next?

Yes, More Like This!

Yes, More Like This!

Posted by on Jul 13, 2018 in Blog | No Comments

The only thing that I have figured out is that these five recent paintings feel more like what I am currently searching for. There is a certain energy that I am feeling in both the working process and result.

Just Get to the Next Aid Station

Just Get to the Next Aid Station

Posted by on Jun 21, 2018 in Blog | No Comments

Just get to the next aid station. These are words that if you are involved with long distance running you might have heard before. (If you’re not a runner, stick with me, I promise to talk about painting.)

Rainforests, Waterfalls & Icebergs

Rainforests, Waterfalls & Icebergs

Posted by on Apr 29, 2018 in Blog | No Comments

Besides the idea of water in various forms, what do these three paintings have in common? Well I’m thinking if I hadn’t painted Tidefall and Iceberg first, Rainforest Beach would have been an entirely different painting.

Marin Magazine Cover Contest

Marin Magazine Cover Contest

Posted by on Apr 23, 2018 in Blog | No Comments

I am happy to have been selected as a finalist in Marin Magazine’s Annual Cover Competition. You can pick up a copy of the May issue, available now, to see the winner and four finalists. To participate in the competition, you have to either be an artist living in Marin, submit an image depicting Marin, or have a gallery in Marin.