Posts Tagged “oil painting”
Summer is half over and you know just what that means…it’s football time Bulldogs! With the season just around the corner and that die hard feeling beginning to flow through our veins, I thought it was only appropriate to make a post on one of my latest portraits I’ve Unveiled. I was given the opportunity [...]
This is a painting I did in the woods. The color was climbing through the trees jumping out at me!
This is a painting which I did recently> I tried to bring out the colors in the flowers up close here. I really enjoyed doing this piece. It was an awesome day out and the sky was just perfect. I had to capture the color just right throughout. This piece is available for sale if [...]
I have a passion for fly fishing and I love painting all the things I love. This is a painting of a man casting out during a fly fishing trip. I love being outdoors and the rivers are so soothing to me. It’s a way to escape the hectic urban lifestyle and get back to [...]
Sometimes the I paint the same location but at different times of day. These are an example of just that. One in the morning and one in the late afternoon… Evening Creek Oil Painting
Sometimes a fresh approach to subject matter and a very free and easy style is just what the doctor ordered. I did this as a painting demo for our local garden club.
This was one of those strange moments on the gulf, when the sun came breaking through the horizon….. I did this painting in the studio from memory. I’m a big fan of the beach. Something about the beach is so soothing to me. It’s the perfect place to think. My favorite beach experiences are those [...]
This is a 16×20 oil on panel of a sunset i did last summer in Lauderdale County, Mississippi. Typical of the land there its a flat horizon with a red clay road leading off into the sunset. All of of the piece is done with a palette knife, and impasto paint. I never tire of [...]
My dad was the greatest influence of my painting career. He took the time to start me painting at the age of 5, and was the one that encouraged me to become an artist. His paintings followed a strong New England tradition of style, as did Emile Gruppe’, Edward Harrington and Marshall Joyce as well [...]
This is a style of portrait that is very tight. Most portrait commissions I do are in this style. However, once in a while a client will say they want a looser artsy style. Honestly, I love both styles for different reasons. When doing a lot of board room portraits in a tight style I [...]