The King Salmon replica that was commissioned by the Vancouver Fishing Lodge is coming along nicely. The painting of it is almost complete. I need to add gills and I am planning and constructing the wall base for it. The photos show the log selection being shaped and formed.
Working on a new replica that has been commissioned by a fishing lodge on Vancouver Island. It is a replica of a large 45lb King Salmon, 44″ long. Photos are of grinding the seams down, shaping the fins and attaching them. Exciting project for me to do. Ready to begin painting.
My private lesson with client is progressing slowly but is getting there. Summer is usually busy with other activites so it does slow down a little. I am calling my painting, “Untamed Hearts”. We have one more horse to paint in and then we go to layering in the snow.
Attempting to finish a followup to my first buffalo painting called High Plains Drifter. This one will be titled High Plains Duster,,whenever I get it completed!
I have just added some photos of the climb up Cotopaxi in Ecuador and they are listed under the Photography section of website and labeled as Cotopaxi/Ecuador.
Also, here are some photos of recent painting parties I instructed. Enjoy taking a look.