Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Summer Travels

A trip to Ireland this summer was an amazing journey to a foreign land that didn't feel that foreign...we loved the whole country and the people. Only one painting so far has come from that trip, but I'm sure more will be painted soon!
Giants Causeway was one of my favorite stops; natural formations of stone that look like a giant playing with his blocks. Many hexagonal shapes and sizes. Ballycastle, Northern Ireland.

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Water, water, water

I have been obsessed with water since I moved to Maine over 20 years ago...growing up in the Midwest where lakes were far and few between (or hard to get to like downtown Chicago Lake Michigan), I have thoroughly enjoyed the easy access here. These paintings are my most recent.
Old Port Summer Eve

Sea Glass Hunting

Sunday Afternoon Walk

Spring at Tidewater Farms

Kayaking the Coast

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Today, a cow

Well, I am trying to do a better job of "quick" paintings. It forces one to be "looser" which a lot of artists strive for. Many times I get too bogged down in details. My friend K Dana Nelson is doing the same thing. She is amazing. Here's my 2 hour cow.

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Happy New Year 2016!  A new year always brings a chance to start fresh. What changes are you making? I guess my changes are ongoing. Life is a journey, right?

"Captured Colors" Art Show at Skillins - Coming on January 21 - February 17

5 Artists are displaying our work together -- There will be an Artists' Reception on Sunday, January 24 1PM - 3PM. Come meet the artists - refreshments provided.
I'm working on a couple of paintings that will be in the show. Then I have other choices to make!
"Commercial Street" 11 x 14 Oil $200
"Waiting for Spring"  11x14 Oil  $225

"Coming Home from School" 11 x 14 Oil $200

"Sailing on Casco Bay" 16 x 20 OIL $275