This painting is the result of a 14-day residency in the Bob Marshall/ Great Bear Wilderness: The sky in the Great Bear Wilderness along the Middle Fork of the Flathead River was ever-changing. It moved mysteriously from clear, brilliant blue expanses, to puffy clouds, to thunderheads, to mist and fog. The mountains and valleys in the Granite Cabin area create a microclimate that is often difficult to predict. This composite painting incorporates the innocent cumulus clouds that floated over Granite Cabin and the mist and fog that brought the sky to the earth.
30″ x 40″ Acrylic Painting