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Signed, limited edition giclee with 3" deckle borders:

17 x 12 3/4 inches $300.  23 x 17 1/4  $575.  27 1/2 x 20 5/8, $790. 


No border, printed to the deckled edge:

23 x 18 3/4 inches, $400. 29 x 23 1/4, $675. and 33 1/2 x 26 5/8, $890.


Total edition of 195, plus 15 artist proofs.

Giclee print on William Turner paper.


Also available as the original oil on canvas, 48 x 36 inches, framed in a pure gold float frame at Gallery 89, Steamboat Springs, CO


About this oil:
As I was painting this oil, my mind would often go to a couple of artists that lived in the same town, Monet and Bonnard. They were both ‘dabbers’ with Monet saying he never finished a painting and Bonnard with this story, “When he had mixed a new colour that was just right, he would revisit and retouch old work. Once, he persuaded his friend and fellow Symbolist Édouard Vuillard to distract a museum guard whilst he added his latest colour to a hung painting.”

Quoted from the Port Magazine

To begin this piece, I pulled out an older canvas that was at a dead end. I had struggled mightily with it, resulting in a very thick veneer of paint. Perfect! For this new composition, I welcomed the ready-made texture and began to lay in the general outlines of this work.


The plan was to create a fully impressionist work with hundreds of marks to create the effect of tightly packed vegetation, but with the illusion of light and space. The arrangement was a simple one and open to colors of all kinds.


With these open brushstrokes, it quickly became apparent that each mark had a meaning. Some colors became backgrounds and others moved forward in the space differently. It was a bit like 3-D chess and a real delight to participate in a work that was essentially painting itself and bringing me along for the ride.


Also available on canvas and larger sizes on request.

Finding the Light - Signed, limited edition giclee from $300 - $890

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