In the studio now ... Come back often to watch a selection of my paintings develop from start to finish. I usually work on several paintings at a time, with multiple steps of glazes planned out ahead of time, each glaze needing to dry before the next goes on. You'll see several underway now.
Below, you can turn on the slide show, use right and left arrows to proceed or go back, or click on individual images at the bottom of the large image. You can pause the slideshow at any time by clicking on the pause sign on the upper left.
See the progress of my newest 9" x 12" (sold) seascape from start to signed finish below
Wave crashing on rocks
Another in a 3-part series of nor'easter paintings from our last storm
Strong west winds on the trailing edge of a nor'easter blow the tops off 15 - 20 ft. swells
March 2018 Nor'easter painting 4
More info and images of this 8" x 16" oil on canvas to come
I might have called this one cathedral. It's how I feel when seeing light filtering through the tops of trees. In truth, all of life is a cathedral. My paintings' purpose is to offer a window.
An 8" x 8" oil goes through the same rigors as much larger paintings
Watch this painting develop here - SOLD
My method of painting in oils requires layering thin glazes of colors
To keep the colors from blending together, each glaze dries a couple of days before the next goes on
A Puppy by the Sea portrait from start to finish
Captions explain the process step by step as this 11" x 14" oil painting takes shape.
Rainbow over Bethany 24" x 40" oil on canvas shown in progress
Early last summer, the most beautiful scene appeared in front of me while I was standing on the Bethany Beach boardwalk. Above, watch as I'm showing all stages of painting Rainbow over Bethany in oils. Captions explain each step. I hope you enjoy watching.
What goes into a beach portrait? Read the captions,please. Keira's Way, a 16" x 20" oil on canvas.
Creating 'Don't Pinch the Pooch'
This was my first painting of a bird and my only acrylic. I enjoyed the process beyond the limits of acrylics.
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