Sometimes, all you have to do to find answers is to be still and listen. Often, nature provides a calming soundtrack to do so. This painting was inspired by a recent contemplative walk through the woods where I happened upon this tranquil setting. 36×36 oil on canvas.
Like many, my husband and I have found comfort, peace, and connection by simply taking long walks during our Corona quarantine. The other day we were exploring a new trail — at least new to us — when we happened on an old abandoned shed which once housed a tourist gold mining business. This 24×24 oil on canvas painting was inspired by that discovery. SOLD (Thank You!)
In spite of the pandemic gripping the world right now, Spring — and all it’s wonder — is moving forward as scheduled. Inspired by the blossoming Candytuft growing along the stone wall I can see out my back window. Oil on canvas, 24×30.
This is a slightly different take on the “Engaged” painting I created a few weeks back. I used a different color palette for this. 48×36, oil on canvas.
The snow fell, to a surprising depth. I peered down to the end of the driveway, the stone wall pointing the way. The world was muffled into near silence, save for a few Jays crying out here and there in search of a morning meal. Another of my paintings created during my Corona shelter-in-place. Oil on canvas, 18×24
This new 48×36 oil painting was conceived to celebrate a special time and place for my son and his new fiancee. The time was his asking her to marry him back in November. The place is a very special beach locale in Brazil where he proposed.
Started 2020 by revisiting a theme I had originally covered in an oil painting created in 2018 and subsequently sold. This new variation is called “Foggy Mountains,” and it’s a 48×36 oil on canvas. It, too, has been sold.
Recently completed oil painting of sunrise over a Gulf Coast tidal marsh, commissioned for a client’s beach condo. 48×36. (SOLD)
We enjoy a weekend home situated in a beautiful community in the North Georgia mountains. The roads were recently improved and a bright yellow center-line painted, providing a somewhat humorous contrast to the natural surroundings. This was the inspiration for this 36×36 oil painting. The roadway center-line was interpreted as a yellow path at the far left of the painting, peeking through the trees and across the lake.