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Framed 37 x 26″
I chose the American Kestrel as my subject because of the beautiful feathers. This predator’s natural coloring, a camouflage in the bird’s habitat, portrays God’s wisdom for each of His creatures; Each perfectly suited to their task.
Irish Cottage, Ballyvaughan
21 x 28 Framed
Watercolor & Gouache
While on a painting trip to Ireland, I used watercolor to render this thatch roof cottage at low tide in Ballybaughn. The inlet below the wall had layers of water, stones, seaweed and grasses that create horizontal layers of color and texture, my favorite part of this painting. Again, gouache help to give emphasis to the lights.
Framed 22 x 18″
I really have only seen it once in my lifetime. It was many many years ago and I took several photos. Of course many many years ago the photos were not very good. But I think I accomplished what I remember and managed to get it onto the canvas.
Gallery Wrap 12 x 36″
Painted with acrylics and pallet knife. I also used a large fat juicy brush. This was inspired by my neighbor’s garden which at the time was much more beautiful than mine. I also painted a companion piece entitled yellow poppies that is configured to hang beside this one. You can see it on the website.
Quiet Winter Shadows
Framed 32 x 40″
Nothing seems to reflect light and shadow better than snow. While painting this winter scene I played with the glow of sunlight that creates color in the white of the tree trunks and the snow revealing the reds, yellows and blues everywhere.