Acrylic on Canvas, 18 x 24, abstract nude study.
Acrylic on self-constructed 16 x 12 hardwood panel (Private Collection)
Acrylic on paper, thought this one might be fun to show, a couple years back I came across a Monet book and fell in love with this pai...
Acrylic on Canvas, 11 x 14, Photo Credit to Bill Abbey, Note: My friend and professional photographer Bill Abbey took this photo of a S...
Acrylic on Canvas, I feel like this sometimes!
Acrylic on Canvas, 12 x 12, used a palette knife and brush to created this imagined landscape. I know I've seen something like thi...
I saw something like this once in a fashion magazine I think it was and the image stayed in my mind. It's acrylic on canvas 12x12. (...
Acrylic on Canvas,24 x 30,This piece was one of my most challenging & rewarding paintings. I painted this a couple of years ago, a mil...
Monday, April 15, 2013
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Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 36, (NFS) A study on back lighting a landscape and also a chance to practice with palette knifes. This painting was inspired by the amazing Max Grunin who won Canada's highest honor for visual artist/painter. Thank you Max for sharing your talents and helping us mere mortals broaden our artistic horizons. You make it look so easy, the mark of a true master painter. I hope you enjoy this surreal abstract interpetation. You are indeed one of my favorite landscape painters!
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 30 (NFS) Acrylic on Canvas, (Diptych) 2-24 x 18 Canvas Panels,(NFS) Note: These paintings are my interpetation of two paintings by one of my landscape painting heroes William Hawkins. Thanks again Bill, the paintings were great fun and a real challenge to do, Calling them done now, hope you like them!!!
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Monday, October 29, 2012
Acrylic on self-constructed hardwood panel, 18 x 24, I've considered having male & female figures on opposite sides of the bridge looking at each other, leaving it to the viewers imagination as to what is going on. Then something in my mind said, "Keep it simple stupid" let it stand alone as a simple landscape...so I did. It sold on it's first time out!