Posts Tagged “Mississippi Artist”
I love to paint abstractions. Especially after doing alot of tight portrait work. These fun pieces are such a dichotomy because i paint so many traditional pieces. Some galleries and clients only want these non representational paintings. I hope you like this piece and please feel free to comment or ask questions regarding it. All [...]
This is a plein air field study done this past summer at Lake Okatibee. These marsh locations offer a never ending combination of color depending on the time of day and the season. I left out the water moccasins.
This is a painting of a fly fisherman done while in park city utah. It’s on the Weber River. It was late afternoon and the sun was flowing across the valley. I love these small studies of the effect of light on a scene. Fly fishing is one of those activities that just brings so [...]
This is a large studio piece I did from a smaller painting done on location one summer night this past summer. There was this typical red clay road leading through the field towards the sunset. Earlier that day was the tail end of a summer storm so the cloud formation was just absolutely beautiful. At [...]