I’m so proud to have participated in this beautiful publication by American Artwork, fresh off the press last week, and distributed nationally to galleries and collectors. This juried catalog features amazing artists in all medias. Additionally, I’ve completed an interview with CreativPaper and looking forward to that publication coming out at the end of 2017.
This summer was a very successful Jackson Hole Art Fair, where I was able to meet so many different kinds of artists and patrons. I’m back in the studio at the Art Association of Jackson Hole, teaching fall watercolor classes, and brainstorming for some winter painting workshops as well. This fall I began working on a new series of paintings, inspired by the natural beautiful of my current home, Jackson Hole. This series, thus far imagined as “Sky and Water,” gets back into representational painting and has been so much fun to work on Below is a work in progress based on a ledge of the Hoback River.
I also have a painting commission that is coming up for 2018, and have been given full creativity within the parameters of “bucolic” – I can’t wait to develop this work in a way that uses my love of perspective play and surrealism while creating an idyllic scene.
I have gone back to working at the interior design studio full time, which has allowed me a more flexible schedule for painting, skiing, and kayaking. This winter season is looking to be a productive one for both the sports that I love and the art that I make. I’m looking forward to posting photos of new works within the coming months.