I got out of my comfort zone this last week and painted somewhere that was not my own studio. I packed up all my tools and materials and drove north to Jackson, WY to spend a week painting in Gallery Wild. Set up right in the middle of he gallery on a couple of saw horses and a large plywood table, I worked every afternoon for the week to make 4 new paintings. Visitors to the gallery were at first unsure of what I was doing, but quickly became entranced by the smell of the beeswax and the flow of my torch. I enjoyed sharing my process with visitors as well as working in a new and inspiring setting. It was really wonderful to spread my wings a little bit - metaphorically and physically.