Saturday, July 11, 2009


The gallery has become very busy and as my pardner is busy this week being in charge of the Big Mountain Man Rendezvous in Pinedale, Wyoming I have been putting in a lot of hours at the gallery and not getting as much painting time as I would like. However I have finished this Oil of a scene from above my house looking north across the green meadows, Badlands and the Ramshorn Peak with early morning Thundershowers forming over the northern sky. This is from some photos I took the other morning. It is a 12"x15" Oil Painting I call WIND RIVER THUNDER and it is the last painting of the 6 I will be entering in the WRVAG Show which has an entry delivery deadline by next tuesday.

4 comments:

DennyHollandStudio said...

Nothing like a good thunderstorm to make for an interesting, paintable sky. I miss them out here on the coast, they always remind me of my childhood in Texas. Beautiful painting!

Vern Schwarz said...

Wow, this is gorgeous Gary. The sky is so dramatic and full of life. Good luck with your show.

Wil said...

It must be amazing to experience something like that with so much sky

Gary Keimig said...

thanks guys. My life would not seem complete without wide open skies. Even in our mountains in thick timber it is possible to see great skies within a few miles what with high bare slopes or meadows in such abundance.
I sure enjoy painting them.