The perpetual motion of the ocean. Waves endlessly arriving at their final destination along the shore. I’ve created many paintings of waves in the past, some capturing their power, others nodding to their peaceful tranquility. This new 48×36 oil on canvas painting aligns with the former: the raw power and rhythmic chaos that is the sea.
Another in my ocean waves series of oil paintings. This one is 30×24.
Another in my series of ocean waves paintings. 30×40.
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.
My youngest used to live in central Florida on the shores of Lake Agnes, one of hundreds of lakes located throughout the state. This was inspired by her morning view. 40×30 oil on canvas.
The Chattahoochee River cuts a path through Atlanta, where I live. This painting was inspired by a photo taken early one morning along the banks of the ‘Hooch. 40×30.
I first painted a lily pond scene — somewhat similar to this one — back in 2012. I enjoyed painting this one recently, just as I did back then. 30×24
Another in my recent series of ocean waves paintings. It can be rough out in mid-ocean. Tried to capture that here. Large canvas: 48×36.