What’s Happening

The Language of Openness 48″ x 48″

When not at work in my studio at Fulton Crossing, my attention has been on the rebuild of our home and studio in Coffey park. After the wildfires in 2017 I lost focus on creating art for a period of time. My wife and I spent a good amount of time dealing with our insurance company, the bank, and our contractor, while making seemingly endless choices regarding purchases and the design of our home. We are very grateful, realizing we have been very fortunate to have had awesome support from our family and our community. Unlike the news we see daily, people really can be great. We are looking forward to moving into our new home and studio in about 5 to 6 months. Unless something changes I plan on keeping my studio at Fulton Crossing, while using the home studio to expand my new body of work.   

My focus is back and coming up in July I’ll be showing new work at Fulton Crossing Gallery. The opening reception will be Friday, July 19, 5-8pm. Mark your calendars. 

You can also view my work at the Lori Austin Gallery in Sebastopol, CA.


6 thoughts on “What’s Happening”

  1. I continue to love your work. I’m happy to hear things are progressing for you with a new home and studio. Try and fill your life with joy and happiness.

  2. It was so nice to see you at Fulton Crossing And I look forward to seeing your show in July. I am happy to hear that you are nearing completion of your home and moving in soon.

  3. Nice post, Chris, I look forward to seeing all your new works. Loving your direction and the flow of the painting that you posted. Your ability to be centered on gratitude has been very inspiring to all as we see your work progress through all the challenges and changes that you have experienced.

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