Reimagining Finished Work

//Reimagining Finished Work

Reimagining Finished Work

Every so often, I’ll end up with a stray finished painting. Maybe it went to a gallery (and didn’t find a new home) or maybe it didn’t, but it just hangs out in a corner or on my drying rack until I feel inspired to do something with it. That was Exactly what happened to Scarlet Impressions.

This was one of my earliest pieces with people, but not the details of the city. Last week it caught my eye and I spent a few days looking at it off and on. Something was just … missing. I wasn’t sure where it would lead but I went back to work on it and now have a finished piece that I’m happy with!

By | 2018-08-22T17:10:04+00:00 August 22nd, 2018|New Work|Comments Off on Reimagining Finished Work

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"Inspired by the simplicity of every day scenes, I work to bring those items to their extreme through an expression of dramatic color and exaggerated light. Living in the Pacific Northwest, I’m surround by natural beauty but the depiction of landscapes and street scenes comes from an interpreted existence rather that precise physical locations."