I visited my local Farmer’s Market a couple of weeks ago and ran into a number of folks who follow me on this blog, on Facebook, or Instagram and have been excited to see the Colonial Williamsburg Series continuing. I was gifted with a lot of positive feedback but one comment was repeated by a… Continue reading Fast or Slow: It’s Relative
I actually finished this painting some time ago but then was having internet issues and a few other distractions happening and while I posted the first few days of the progress. I never posted the final painting. This painting will be part of the Two Artist Show at the Stewart Gallery on Main in Gloucester… Continue reading Ox Cart Man Finished
This is going to be, I believe, the largest in the Williamsburg series, at least the largest I’m submitting for the two artist show at the Stewart Gallery in May. It is 30×20 inches. Oil on linen with oil ground. I really liked working on the linen. I wasn’t fighting the fabric as much. However,… Continue reading Colonial Williamsburg: A Break Between Tours
She is finished. This is the smallest of the Colonial Williamsburg series. It is 12×9″ oil on canvas glued to a wood panel.
I decided to try another Williamsburg painting from my collection of photos I took during our last few visits. This one is much more a portrait of one of the craftspersons. This is day one. I started this painting right after I completed the Fin commission and took a couple of days off after this… Continue reading Williamsburg Book Binder
A couple of years ago I participated in the Plein Air event hosted by Allure Gallery. One of the places I visited and where I ended up doing a little study was behind an old building in White Stone where I spotted an old car in the garage. My painting was horrible, but the photo… Continue reading Barn Treasure
This past Spring I agreed to donate a pet portrait as a fund raiser raffle for the RAL Art Center held at a local brewery around the corner from the Art Center. I could not attend and it took a while before I found out contact information for the winner. We finally connected by phone… Continue reading Fin: A Dog Portrait Commission