Continuing on the theme of light and topography where the water meets the land... and the conversation at the "turning of the line".
Inspired by comments from gallery owners where I show my paintings, I've been working with narrower color palettes and subtler light patterns lately.
Scenes from an American parade. Needham, MA - the heartland.
Morning Sketches - Ink, pencil and China marker on paper.
On May 15th I will be the featured artist at Studio Hop in Providence RI. Studio Hop takes part in Gallery Night each month in Providence. Gallery night happens on the evening of the third Thursday each month from April to October. Numerous galleries participate and there is a bus that provides transportation from gallery to gallery. Come and see all the exciting work in Providence and stop by Studio Hop to see these paintings and lots more! For more info on Gallery Night click here!
This is a series of small oil and mixed media paintings on board. They are inspired by my friend Jeff who works on the Indian Creek Farm in Ithaca New York. Jeff photographs the goings on at Indian Creek, and writes a terrific BLOG. Jeff and I have been corresponding and collaborating on farm subject matter for the past few months. The result is these five paintings. Enjoy! And by all means, check out Indian Creek. It’s a happening place!