Art, landscape paintings, Uncategorized

Good Timing: Oil on 12″ x 9″ Panel

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Misty Day: Mini Oil Sketch 6″ x 8″ Panel

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I enjoy practicing on smaller panels; I don’t feel overwhelmed, and I have room to practice new techniques without fear or messing up. For this painting, I wanted to keep my brushstrokes loose while leaving visible texture. This was painted on a 6″ x 8″ panel.

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Art, landscape paintings, Nature, Uncategorized

“Look Down” Acrylic on 12″ Circular Canvas

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“Look Down,” for me, is about exploring and discovery.  It takes on a playful perspective and calls us to see the world in child-like manner. Sometimes we become distracted with our own thoughts and fail to notice the beauty around us.  The model for this painting is my daughter, and, of course, she was delighted to hear that it will be featured in a selected group exhibition at Sulfur Studios in Savannah, GA from March 21st to April 6th.

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Marshes: Oil on 12″ x 14″ Canvas

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I am starting to enjoy the use of acrylic paint for the under-painting. It allows me to work farther into a painting in one session and allows the painting to maintain a certain vibrancy that is hard to achieve with oil paints alone. I make go back on the left side to add more detail. I have learned that there are infinite ways to paint clouds and water. The key is to add many colors and work them towards one another.

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