Thursday, September 29, 2016
|"Sullivan's Island Beach Path" 8"x10" Oil on Linen Panel |
painted En Plein Air on location at Fort Moultrie's Field, Sullivan's Island
"Sullivan's Island Beach Path" was my second painting of the day. . . the sun was high but I just couldn't waste the beautiful sunshine and had to paint another!
|"Wind Swept" 12"x12" Oil on Linen Panel|
painted en plein air on location at the edge of the Fort Moultrie Field
on Sullivan's Island, SC
"Wind Swept" was almost titled "The Field Beyond" or "Flower Guardian" (because of all the wild flowers growing in the shade of this tree. . there were a million butterflies all over the place!
It was so beautiful!
|Taken with a flash|
|My set up at the Boardwalk Inn at Wild Dunes on the Isle O Palms, SC|
I was asked to represent the Hagan Fine Art Gallery & Studio and demo-paint Wednesday afternoon at the Boardwalk Inn for the guests. It was fun and it allowed me to get a good start on another painting I have titled, "New Discoveries" 12"x12" Oil on Linen Panel
I was fortunate enough to have participated in a Portrait Workshop
|Young Beauty 24"x18" Oil on Linen|
here in Charleston, SC with Tanvi Pathere.
Tanvi Pathere is native of Mumbai, India but now lives in Florence, Italy where she is a Premier Instructor at the Florence Academy of Art.
|Still Waters Run Deep 24"x18" Oil on Linen|
Monday, September 26, 2016
Saturday, September 10, 2016
16"x20" Oil on Linen Canvas painted en plein air on location from the fourth floor of the
Andrew Pinckney Inn's Refreshment Porch
Go to their site and you'll see where I stood while painting this
(except that I chose the other view 180 degrees):
available through the Hagan Fine Art Gallery on State Street
Painting Study of Orange Slices 8"x6" Oil on Linen Panel
Plein Air Painting with friends on her front porch painting a still life study of fresh orange slices and her favorite enamel mug.
Still Life Study of Orange Slices and Enamel Mug on Cutting Board
10"x10" Oil on Linen Panel
Took the study a little further with this one