Here is my last painting of 2014. This is called “Navegante“. It is 12″ x 24”, acrylic on panel. As usual this has an environmental message. A lot of my paintings show people as lost (or sad) as they try to navigate a new climate, an uncertain future, intense weather or toxic things in their […]
Tag: abstract painting
The painting on the left, Lone Wolf, is part of an upcoming visual art show at the Hopkins Center for the Arts in Hopkins, Minnesota. The spring 2014 Members’ Exhibition will run April 3-May 10, 2014. A free, public opening reception will be held on Thursday, April 3 from 6-8pm. The show will be judged […]
Two things have been stolen from me this year. The first was a painting, stolen from me at a NEMAA sponsored art fair in May. That theft was disguised as an art sale… The second theft was less personal because it wasn’t something I’d made, but more personal due to where it happened.
Extreme weather is inspiring to me! I’ve always liked painting the sky, especially stormy skies. Then, several years ago I began reading about climate change and how increasing heat is fueling stronger storms. Even the EPA, probably the most conservative environmental group predicting stronger storms from climate change, says we’ll all be living with wilder […]
Polar Struggle is a depiction of how the habitat for polar bears, seals and penguins is changing and in a state of climate chaos as the ice melts. The movement in the image depicts these chaotic changes. It is part of my Endangered series. This is acrylic on canvas-covered painting board, 2012. If you would […]