Bear Lithia

"Bear Lithia" by Randall Stoltzfus, 2009, oil, iridescence, and gold leaf on linen, 48 by 72 inches

This painting was featured on the announcement for “Further West,” the 2009 solo show at LIMN Gallery in San Francisco. The gallery took a nice detail shot that shows the surface close-up. You can see …

“Bear Lithia”


"Late" by Randall Stoltzfus. Oil on linen, 48 inches by 60 inches.

Do not go gentle into that good night.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

— Dylan Thomas

This painting is one of a group of images that I think of as twilight …


The Valley Floor

Valley Floor by Randall Stoltzfus

Dieu Donne is showing work created for their annual benefit auction at their Chelsea gallery. There will be an opening reception on Thursday, September 18, and the show will run until the auction on …

“The Valley Floor”


Coriolus by Randall Stoltzfus

In chapter four, Elements, of his book Wind, Sand, and Stars, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry tells the story of his encounter with a blue storm: a violent, cloudless wind storm. He describes the color of …



"Slip" by Randall Stoltzfus | Oil on canvas over panel, 36"x72" | Deep and Dark | Evocative, Moody Painting of Sunlight on the Water

This rich canvas is one of a continuing series of paintings exploring the motif of light on bodies of water.

This painting was featured in a 2006 photo shoot by Kim Depole Design, which …



Half light by Randall Stoltzfus

“Half-Light” is a painting about a time of day and a way of seeing. The time of day is twilight, when light fades at the horizon, but color in the landscape flares up with …


The Wine Dark Sea

The Wine Dark Sea by Randall Stoltzfus

“Wine Dark Sea” was painted during a 2004 residency at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts in Lynchburg, Virginia. The title is a poetic phrase borrowed from the ancient Greek Homeric tales, and is …

“The Wine Dark Sea”

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