Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Favorite Trees 2021


original oil painting 11x15 inches

I'm still painting my favorite trees every year.  Soon the small spruce will cover my view.

Friday, July 2, 2021

THE LITTLE GALLERY

 


The Little Gallery is open for the summer after being closed for the last two years.   I have lots of new paintings  on display as well as my cards, older woodblock prints and paintings, and a few antiques and collectables.  Most of my newer work is in oil.

I am either open or can open almost anytime that I am home, which is most of the time. You can call or text me at 209-1700 or call 697-2283 to make sure I am around or to arrange for  a visit.

Follow the signs from west of the Salmon River bridge to the end of Lupine Way. (aka Lupine Lane)

  These wide-angle photos make the rooms look larger than they actually are.

from the front doorway

                                                                                        

The second room from the doorway  

Another view of the second room.

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Painting Florida



I'm usually planning a trip to Florida in January.  That isn't happening this year.  So I imagined myself there painting these two from photos from previous years.

Above is from a walk at the Lake Kissimmee State Park.  It is painted on Yupo paper with watercolor and gouache.

 Below is from a walk in Cedar Key.




 

Saturday, January 23, 2021

My Most Recent Camping Trip

11x14 inch oil

 I just finished this painting from a photograph from my most recent camping trip, which was in 2018...hard to believe it has been so long. This was a view from the third of three nights in the Beardslee Islands in Glacier Bay. Below are some small watercolors that I did on the trip.

Sunday, January 17, 2021

Big Clouds

14x11 inch oil

This is a recent painting from a photograph I took in 2018. 

Below are two watercolors painted in 2018.  Both are about 7x5 inches.

The photo was taken at the Gustavus beach.  In all three paintings, I have not placed trees where they actually were.  In most of my Gustavus work, I do try to depict a certain place.  Our landscape is rapidly changing, and I hope others appreciate in my paintings what they remember of the environment from only a few years ago.


 

 

Sunday, January 10, 2021

Summer Magic


6x6 oil




 
I used a photo for reference for the sky on this one and memory for the land mass and trees, remembering a campsite in the Beardsley Islands in Glacier Bay.  This was painted on museum mat board that was prepared with several coats of gesso.