Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Adirondack Sketchbook Pages


Here are a few recent Adirondack pages from my travel size drawing and watercolor sketchbooks. These were all done outside on location, mostly in the Big Moose Lake and Eagle Bay area.





Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Duck


This 8"x10" watercolor painting was done as a wedding gift for some friends of mine. They have an awesome home where they have lots of ducks and chickens, so I thought a painting of one of their animals would be a fun gift.

Prints and products with this piece of art are available for sale right here in my shop.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Misty Lake Morning



I recently spent a week in the Adirondacks at Big Moose Lake in the Eagle Bay area and had a chance to do some watercolor and sketchbook work. This painting was done out there and is based on a lovely misty morning at the lake. The size of this painting is 11"x14".

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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Sale in my shop!


Today only, 20% off everything plus free shipping in my shop! This is a great chance to do some back to school shopping.

Start: 7/23/17 @ 12:00am PT
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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Whiteface at Sunset


"Whiteface at Sunset", acrylic paint on canvas, two panels each measuring 24" x 30". 

This painting is inspired by a winter view of Whiteface Mountain at sunset in the Adirondacks. The mountain really does turn the most lovely shades of pink and violet when the sun is going down.

Saturday, July 8, 2017

John


"John", acrylic paint on wood, 20" x 28".

This portrait is based on an old photo of my grandfather in his Lafayette College football uniform.

Friday, July 7, 2017

View from Whiteface


"View from Whiteface", 36" x 24" acrylic paint on canvas. This large landscape painting shows the view of Lake Placid from the top of Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Acadia


"Acadia", 12" x 12" acrylic paint on wood.

This painting is inspired by photographs that I took at Acadia National Park in Maine last summer. I've been trying to challenge myself to loosen up a bit in my paintings, since lately I find myself drawn much more to paintings with texture than paintings that are super photo realistic. To help myself loosen up, I've been practicing working more with a palette knife than a brush, and I really like the direction it's been taking me.
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