Sometimes you just have to do as this painting suggests: go with the flow. Work around the obstacles placed in front of you and keep moving. The water flowing over and around the rocks featured in this oil painting is doing just that: finding a way to Go With the Flow. 36×24 oil on canvas. Lush greens and heavy palette knife texture.
A recent commission. The client and her family enjoy special memories of Lake Eufaula in southeast Alabama, which she refers to as her happy place. This painting now hangs in her North Georgia mountain home as a reminder of those times and that happy place. 36×24 oil on canvas.
Another in my series of ocean waves paintings. I can almost hear the sound of the waves crashing to shore. I used heavy palette technique on this one which gives the painting surface a nice texture. 40×30 oil on canvas.
In troubling times, I often find comfort knowing that, in spite of it all, resilience can be found almost everywhere. In this case, rocks along the shore that stand strong against the constant onslaught of wind, rain and surf. 40×40 oil on canvas.
If you are not there to hear them, do they make any sound? That is the question evoked by my recent painting commissioned for an interior designer’s client. While the crashing waves may be suggested visually, they are but a whisper in the vastness of the open ocean, and even less so if we are not there to hear them. Large format 48×40 oil on canvas.