I love painting barns. This piece is a pleine air work that I “tarted up” later on in the studio.
This is my neighbours tree. It’s just off their veranda. I picked the spot because it looked comfortable. And once I settled down, I noticed the tree.
acrylic on cradleboard 10×10 inches $320 CDN
My dog and I were boating along and this tree just caught our eye.
Spring has got to be one of the best times of the year. The snow is melting, the days are longer, and there are no bugs!
I messed up my shoulder after a spill on some ice a few weeks ago so it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. I always find clouds a challenge so I thought I would give them another whirl.
During the winter time there are all kinds of critters spooking about. I guess we all have a places to go and things to do.
More explorations of winter scenery. There is something dramatic about open water in the wintertime.
My studio is out in the country and, what with winter and lockdowns, we are getting a lot of work done.
Another wiunter scene from Gatineau Park. The nice thing about painting at this time of the year is no bugs!