Chris just completed the frame for my latest large work. This piece is 2 and half feet by 5 feet. The frame is American Red Oak, American Walnut, Kokomo Art Glass inlay with copper patinized Tiffany style solder.
Here is my latest painting. As always, Chris made the craftsman style frame on this piece as well. She used reclaimed quartersawn oak from an old table too damaged to repair. After planing it, she discovered the most beautiful … Continued
Here is a new painting depicting the creek behind our house. I spend a lot of time here sketching, running, skiing and fishing. I great place to pass the time and seek new painting ideas. Appropriately, this creek … Continued
Fresh off the easel. I just finished this large painting but I wasn’t sure if it was done. I had a feeling that the missing ingredient might be the frame. It’s unusual in it’s shape and composition and I … Continued
Here are two new pieces I highlighted in a previous post. Here they are shown freshly framed in American Walnut by my wife, Chris. She did an outstanding job, as usual. They’ll debut at Settlers West Gallery on February 11, … Continued
Landscapes, usually with water and often inspired by fly fishing adventures make up the vast majority of my work. However, I am moved to create art by other sources of inspiration as well. Among them, horses, which have been a … Continued
I just finished these paintings and my framer, who happens to be my wife, Chris, made these beautiful frames for them. The frames are in the American form of Craftsman Style, specifically influenced by the amazing work of the Greene … Continued