Sunday, October 23, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Wednesday, October 05, 2011
5"x7" Oil on treated 400 lb. Watercolor paper SOLD
I had such a fun time painting this. The weather and painting conditions were so perfect that I just didn't want to stop painting! This view is part of the distant tree line at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island. Trees here are so wind-blown from years of the ocean's breezes that even on a calm day, they appear frozen in a perpetual "blown-over" state.
Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island offers so many beautiful views from which to paint.
I was standing in the shade of a huge Palm Tree when I painted this. The ocean is just beyond the row of distant trees and the cool ocean breezes kept me nice and cool on this warm, sunny day.
16"x16" Oil on Board SOLD
Inspired by an earlier post, "A View For Two"
This one will be in an upcoming show in Downtown Charleston, SC on October 26th at "Stems" located on Coming Street.
This was painted today, and what a perfect day it was to be out painting! Perfect!
8"x10" Oil on GessoBord sold
I was one of a half-a-dozen painters who had privileged access to a little known 55 acres of pristine beauty right in the heart of Charleston, SC.
This was painted en plein air ~ alla prima