Dusk. In all its dusky boldness. This oil on canvas painting of waves crashing along the beach at dusk is 28×22.
As a year, 2020 wasn’t all bad, to be sure. But there was plenty of stress and misery to go around. Before we turned the calendar to 2021, and with it the hope for better days to come, we had one final sunset on December 31, 2020. It occurred at 5:40. This painting is a nod to the various emotions I felt as the sun set on 2020, and looked forward to the sun rising on a new day, a new year, and what lies ahead. “Forty Past Five.” 36×36 oil on canvas.
Wind, sun, water. Always changing. Calling this one “Swept.” 36×36 oil on canvas.
A bright and cheery nod to a better day to come. Brilliant sunshine sparkling through the early morning sky. 40×30 oil on canvas.
Inspired by a picture taken by my son during a recent visit to Brazil to visit his fiancee, I tried to capture the relatively small place we occupy in a larger, more vast eternity. When we pause to look up, down, and around, it’s easy to realize there is most definitely something more — particularly in these very uncertain times. Oil on canvas, 36×48. SOLD (Thank You!)
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.
It’s very early in the morning, the warm crimson of sunrise casting a momentary glow on the ocean’s surface as waves relentlessly assault the shore. 40×30 oil on canvas.
Recently completed oil painting of sunrise over a Gulf Coast tidal marsh, commissioned for a client’s beach condo. 48×36. (SOLD)
Inspired from a photo taken during a recent early morning hike up a Hawaiian mountain by my daughter and son in-law. 40×30.