Hi, there. Thanks for dropping by. It was a busy summer in the high country this year but a few paintings managed to make their way to the canvas and paper. I just dropped about thirteen of them off at the Pink Gallery at 112 1/2 Calendar St. in Livingston, Mt. If you're passing by have a look. It's a fun place. Ira Cuello is the owner and does some great art with metal and other stuff. After Livingston I headed through Yellowstone Park to Cody for the Annual Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale. Wow! What a great time! It definitely deserves the impeccable reputation it has in the business. Great artisits show great work and great patrons show their appreciation in a fun and classy venue.
Tomorrow I head off to Canada on a painting adventure. A friend from Philladelphia and I will take the high road between Banff and Jasper and return on a scenic route called the Forestry Truck Road, which comes down the foot hills of the Canadian Rockies on the eastern slope. I haven't been on it since running the sled dogs down it back in 1981. I sure look forward to seeing it again and also to driving it in a nice SUV instead of chasing a team of huskies! I will also be taking the easel and brushes so will hopefully come back with something to post in New Work.
I posted a couple of things from the summer in New Work if you care to spend some time there. Thanks! Have a great and enjoyable autumn and I look forward to seeing you soon. Tom