Monday, November 20, 2017

A look at some autumn paintings as we look forward to winter and its exciting subjects.

 Mohawk Longhouse At Ohsweken, 11x14, oil on panel

 Paris Kitchens And Medusa, 8x12, oil on panel

Tobacco Kilns Near Waterford, 8x11, oil on panel

Now I'm anticipating another winter of challenging outdoor work!

Thursday, September 14, 2017

A plein air collection

 Where The Train Traveled   10x16, oil on panel

Morning Fog   11x14, oil on panel

 Club   11x14, oil on panel

 Dust Cloud   11x14, oil on panel

 Headstones   11x14, oil on panel

 Lightning Strike   10x12, oil on panel

 The Orange Float   11x14, oil on panel

 A Lane In Winter   11x14, oil on panel

 Treehouse   8x8, oil on panel

Blue Barn In Snow   11x14, oil on panel

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Plein air views

 Moving A House   oil on panel, 8x10

 Erratic Rocks   oil on panel, 11x14

Paris View   oil on panel, 12x16

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Searching out views in a new town

 April Snow   12 x 10, oil on panel

 CN Trailers   11x14, oil on panel

 First Skateboarder Of Spring   7 1/2 x 6, oil on panel

Mansard Roof   11x14, oil on panel

Saturday, March 12, 2016

New year, new town, new studio!

New paintings as well.
 From The Fence    12x14, oil on panel
 White Bus    11x14, oil on panel
 Raining    8x10, oil on panel
 Spring Snow    11x14, oil on panel
Andre    6x7 1/2, oil on panel

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Waiting on winter

This year I invested in some serious winter boots. The old ones were still comfortable, but most of my footwear fits best just before falling apart. They couldn't support me standing still for hours on ice or frozen concrete, even when new.
So below are my new kicks, with the old to compare. Same boot size.
Come on, Winter, don't disappoint me!

Foggy Night    10x12, oil on panel

Pools III   11x14, oil on panel