One of the advantages of showing my work is that I have the opportunity to sell it. Last summer, I had and exhibition at Beaverhead Brewing in Dillon, MT and was fortunate enough to sell 18 of the 36 works I had on display. Many of the other works are now hanging at Frontier Anglers and Anderson Platt fly shops. A few pieces came home with me and are going to be added to the collection at my house. This means that my studio has a very limited collection of work and of that work it is sort of a spattering of works from different collections.
I am now in the process of building a few new bodies of work. One is the fish portraits using iridescent paints. I'm also working on a series of fish pattern paintings as I have sold all but a couple of these. I feel that I'm making some breakthroughs with landscapes so I'm building a new collection on Montana inspired works. Finally, I have some more contemporary themes that I'm beginning to sketch and plan for.
In other words, even if you don't see much online, I'm hard at work.