There’s a new crop of paintings under way. Some others still not quite there. Here are two that just might be done.
They seem appropriate to the season. Approaching the new year, wondering what’s beyond that horizon. Over the crest of the next rise.
Thank you for your attention. Here’s hoping you continue to check in periodically and see what’s come off the easel.
Continue reading “At year’s end…”
Traditionally varnishing day was the last chance to touch new work before an exhibition opened to the public.
Here are works with some final – maybe – last touches.
Continue reading “Varnishing Day”
A series of paintings of Cape Cod. Running in reverse chronological order from this Spring going back to the early 1980’s.
These most recent paintings might be seen as outside history. A Cape Cod without human intervention.
Continue reading “Cape Cod Landscapes”
This new painting is developing from this drawing based on a perspective view in Howard Chapelle’s American Fishing Schooners. Continue reading “A new painting and three more updated.”
This painting has gone through a long development. It began with this drawing done after a period photograph of this schooner taken in 1905. Continue reading “Mattakeessett”