I spent Thanksgiving up in Rochester with Sam and his lovely family. On my last night there we made a big bonfire and had a nice evening sitting around it. It was beautiful and I ended up taking quite a few photos that night. I thought it would be fun to paint fire since I've never done so before. It was a lot of fun painting something so bold and bright and out of control. I suggest everyone try it. This was a fast painting, and after it dries I'll most likely go back into it, with some glazing and added hints of color.


Lost at E Minor

I've been featured on Lost at E Minor with thanks to Louis Spano! Check out his stuff!


Details of what's to come..

These detail shots are from a new piece I started a couple weeks ago. It's a 30" x 40", which is big news for me! Will show updated photo when I decide how to finish this monstrous thing.