This 24×8 inch board has been staring at me for several months now. Finally, it has blossomed into “Palmotion – It’s a Rhythm Thang!”. Yep, odd name I will explain. When I look at the painting, first my eye is drawn to the right side with the water and close up palm. Then my eyes goes all the way over to the left side, but quickly wants to return to the right. If… Read More
Standing on my dock looking west, this is what you see. This was my first and only plein air piece. I use acrylics, so standing on a dock in full sun made for quick work. The paint dried almost immediately so I used a palette knife for the majority of the piece to get some quick color down. This piece was shown at the “One Size Fits All” Show in Santa Rosa Beach,… Read More
This was my first landscape painting. I created it August 2013 for the One Size Fits All art show in Santa Rosa Beach. It is 10×10 on a board panel. I struggled with clouds, trees and water, painting 4 or five renditions of this image until I had something I liked. I learned a lot doing this painting. It currently resides with a friend who has become one of my collectors.
Cloudy day on the marshes. Current Location; Waterside Studios
Sunrise on the Bayou. A friend told me she did like not this painting because it was not realistic. The clouds were actually that color. I have the photos to prove it. Current Location: Sold
This was from a photo I took while sailing in Mallet Bayou, Freeport, Florida. Fall was just beginning and the small red tree just stood out among the tall pines. Current Location: Freeport, FL Townhall, Featured Artist of the Month, Freeport Art League