Category Archives: Landscape
Opening Night on June 6th, was a huge hit with over 150 people in attendance viewing the works of about 40 artists while we all enjoyed great conversation,delicious food catered by Dream Weavers, and wine and beer donated by a … Continue reading
T.G.I.F.! I was inspired to paint ” Grape Harvest” after visiting a winery and picking grapes! I loved the myriad of colors and graceful light reflections on the grape leaves. Veraison is the wine term describing the transition from berry … Continue reading
Inspiration from this painting came from a recent walk on Compo Beach in Westport, CT on a gloriously sunny day with bright blue skies, fluffy white clouds and mild breezes. In the distance, on the point, a lone shell caught … Continue reading
Quick road trip to Camden, Maine in July with my friend Nancy was a delight with stops in Portsmouth, NH, and an overnight stay in Northport, ME with another friend Sue. Mission accomplished ~ dropped off four paintings to gallery … Continue reading
I worked on the sand and water in the painting today. The people are still very rough. You can see I earlier worked on the sky and clouds in the painting. I feel I have made a lot of progress … Continue reading
Two boys are racing boats have their faces to the sun. The others in the painting will all be backlit. Here is the rough in.
Here is the third sitting of the grapes! Besides the fact that I like to drink wine, I was inspired to paint this by two events. First, we took a tour of the Boordy Vineyards. The tour was very … 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.
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