Yearly Archives: 2013
What a privilege to be part of a surprise! Lori commissioned me to make Christmas cards featuring their boat ” Seaworthy”. After reviewing a lot of different photos, I liked the concept of “Seaworthy” passing Thomas Point Light en route … Continue reading
Above is a painting of the landscape looking out in back of my friend Jenny’s house in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. What an amazing view. Below is a painting of a ring-necked pheasant in the snow.
I worked on the hounds in the painting in this sitting and will soon be done with the finishing touches on the painting. To see the first two sittings of the painting, click the following: first sitting second sitting
Designing the invitation for the Walters Art Museum Women’s Committee 50th anniversary luncheon at Baltimore Club was an honor . Working with Mary Ellen Kaplan and Emily Powderly was pure joy! The original painting below was given to the new … Continue reading
This second sitting I worked on the background and foliage during this sitting. Wow, I don’t know what happened to the lighting when I took this photograph, but it is a bit off in terms of the color of the … Continue reading
Here is the finished product! Stay tuned for my next work in progress. If you would like to see the prior two stages of this painting, you can click here: First Sitting – Second Sitting There was a much more … Continue reading
Another variation on the theme of Fox Hunting. Here is the first sitting for the third painting of this theme. This painting has been fairly difficult to do. First painting all the dogs, and painting them in a variety … Continue reading
As promised, here is the product of my second sitting on Horse In Barn. I am going to have one more sitting for final touch ups and then it will be complete! It you look at the first sitting where … Continue reading
Below is the much more refined Fox after the second sitting. I have been working on painting in the details of his face. The background paint is still very rough. I haven’t painted in any details there yet, that will … Continue reading
Here is the very rough first pass at my new fox painting. I will update with a more refined fox tomorrow. At this point the painting almost looks Fauvist, but it will change and become more traditional as it progresses.