Rain Greets the Dawn
Rain Greets the Dawn

24”x30”, Oil on Linen, $3,800

Studio Painting from a field study created in Split Rock State Park

Early Evening
Early Evening

8”x10”, Oil on Linen, $700

A studio piece about shape, value, and harmonizing reds, blues, yellows, and greens.

Canadian Cloud Shadows
Canadian Cloud Shadows

9”x12”, Oil on Linen, $800

Studio and plein air piece, created on Rose Lake, who’s shores are on both sides of the US/Canada border.

Retired Siding in the Spotlight
Retired Siding in the Spotlight

16”x20”, Oil on Linen, $2,200

Far as I could tell, this may be the northern most rail line along the north shore. The old ties spoke to the history of the place.

Crossing Seasons, Two Harbors
Crossing Seasons, Two Harbors

11”x14”, Oil on Linen, $800

We can feel winter loosing its hold, in the strong afternoon sun.

Bright Morning
Bright Morning

8”x10”, Oil on Linen, $700

Despite my efforts to stay out of the wind, it wasn’t meant to be, so the chop of the water, is echoed in the brush work.

Spring Patterns
Spring Patterns

16”x12”, Oil on Linen, $1100

These shapes seemed to change every few minutes , regardless of which way your eye flows through the painting… all paths lead to spring.

Cooling the Bruel
Cooling the Bruel

8"x10", Oil on Linen, $700

There was a temp change where the Bruel River met Lake Superior, causing a soft fog.

Artist Point, Evening
Artist Point, Evening

9”x12”, Oil on Linen, $800

Fast Field Study at the end of a full day of painting.

Cascade River
Cascade River

11”x14”, Oil on Linen, $900

This is a memory painting, reflecting upon a winter hike I did with a friend along the Cascade River.

Below Ely's Peak
Below Ely's Peak

16”x12”, Oil on Linen, $1,100

Painted just south of Duluth on a cloudy day where it felt like all the colors to come to play.

Opening Day
Opening Day

12”x16”, Oil on Linen, $1100

The air around Lake Pepin was filled with melting snow and light.

Rain Greets the Dawn
Early Evening
Canadian Cloud Shadows
Retired Siding in the Spotlight
Crossing Seasons, Two Harbors
Bright Morning
Spring Patterns
Cooling the Bruel
Artist Point, Evening
Cascade River
Below Ely's Peak
Opening Day
Rain Greets the Dawn

24”x30”, Oil on Linen, $3,800

Studio Painting from a field study created in Split Rock State Park

Early Evening

8”x10”, Oil on Linen, $700

A studio piece about shape, value, and harmonizing reds, blues, yellows, and greens.

Canadian Cloud Shadows

9”x12”, Oil on Linen, $800

Studio and plein air piece, created on Rose Lake, who’s shores are on both sides of the US/Canada border.

Retired Siding in the Spotlight

16”x20”, Oil on Linen, $2,200

Far as I could tell, this may be the northern most rail line along the north shore. The old ties spoke to the history of the place.

Crossing Seasons, Two Harbors

11”x14”, Oil on Linen, $800

We can feel winter loosing its hold, in the strong afternoon sun.

Bright Morning

8”x10”, Oil on Linen, $700

Despite my efforts to stay out of the wind, it wasn’t meant to be, so the chop of the water, is echoed in the brush work.

Spring Patterns

16”x12”, Oil on Linen, $1100

These shapes seemed to change every few minutes , regardless of which way your eye flows through the painting… all paths lead to spring.

Cooling the Bruel

8"x10", Oil on Linen, $700

There was a temp change where the Bruel River met Lake Superior, causing a soft fog.

Artist Point, Evening

9”x12”, Oil on Linen, $800

Fast Field Study at the end of a full day of painting.

Cascade River

11”x14”, Oil on Linen, $900

This is a memory painting, reflecting upon a winter hike I did with a friend along the Cascade River.

Below Ely's Peak

16”x12”, Oil on Linen, $1,100

Painted just south of Duluth on a cloudy day where it felt like all the colors to come to play.

Opening Day

12”x16”, Oil on Linen, $1100

The air around Lake Pepin was filled with melting snow and light.

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