I recently had the pleasure to work with a collector to find just the right piece for her living area. She described her home as having many open spaces with wood and stone accents. She sent me a photo of the painting installed.
I love this photo taken by Kelly at Blue Gallery of my solo show. Blue has such nice light from the huge windows on the south wall.
My solo show “transitory Fields” is currently on view at Blue Gallery. The opening of the show started with a wonderful reception. A large crowd also attended the First Friday event.
Rivers all around the region have been flooding due to high amounts of intense rain. Here are some pictures by the Emporia Flying Club of Strong, Kansas.
I’ve been busy getting ready for my May 2 show at Blue Gallery in the Crossroads. My work has been selected, framed, and delivered. I came to blue last Saturday to touch up a painting, and met artist William Rainey. We had fun chatting while I worked.
River Meander Series
The Kansas River, known as “The Kaw” by locals, is the world’s longest prairie river. River Meander Series is inspired by a recent comprehensive inventory of the Kansas River by several local groups. The inventory is a point by point map guide starting at Riley County and ending at Wyandotte County. One characteristic of the Kansas River seen from an aerial view is that it naturally meanders.
“The Kaw naturally meanders. You can see the history of its wanderings in meander scars, oxbows, and terraces, by the deposition of sandbars on the inside of a bend, and the erosion of banks on the outside of the bends. The Kaw snakes through side channels, forms islands, and braids its channel as it lazily flows across the sandy substrate that forms the river bottom.”
-- from Kansasriverkeepers.org
We’ve been going through a patch of icy weather.
Love this picture of a frozen creek taken by my friend Frank.
I have been very busy in the studio. Here are some new works that are ready to frame.