A scene from an animation project done a few years ago.
So honored to receive the artist’s choice award and 2nd place in the Bring Us Your Best annual exhibition here in The Asheville area. “Theo” 24 x 30 oil.
Painting the storm clouds at the end of Crab Creek road at Rt 64 when they started heading my way. Had to pack up in a hurry. 11″ x 14″ oil on linen.
..and a Happy Birthday to my Granddaughter Emily. A little ray gun from a few years back.
This is a repost, but a good image for a hot summer and Father’s day. I hope all of you Dad’s out there have a great day, especially you, Mike.
My friend Bob Shultz. He is an incredible musician from my hometown of Jackson, Michigan. 6″x12″ oil on linen. Happy New Year to Mike, Celine, Emily, and Thomas!
One of the incredible working barns on the Biltmore Estate on a beautiful day. I love roaming around there stopping to paint these scenes. 9×12 oil on linen. “Available”
The rain stopped long enough for me to get a couple paintings of the apple blossoms before they fall. The apple valley, which is just 15 minutes from my house is a wonderland. This is a 9 x 12 on a linen panel. “Available”
A creek near our house in Hendersonville, NC. Oil on 10 x 10 linen. Happy 50th Mike. Hard to believe.
To you all! A special wish for Mike, Emily, Celine, Thomas, and any other little bundles of joy you have around the house.
I’ve added a few more, so there are still plenty left. Small paintings and some drawings at very reduced prices. Not too late for that last minute gift. http://cooleyartgallery.net/?page_id=2483 White Urn 5″x7″
I am offering a selection of smaller pieces at reduced prices. Goto the Smaller Pieces category in the upper right or click this link. http://cooleyartgallery.net/?page_id=2483 Email me at email@example.com. We’ll arrange payment.
On day four it was still cloudy with a little rain, but who cares? I’m in Provence painting. This granite hill was just behind the Inn, surrounded by cherry orchards and vineyards. 8″ x 10″ oil on panel.
2 minute gesture drawings and 20 minute drawings from my Wednesday night session at the Atlanta Artist’s Center. Charcoal on 18″ x 24″ charcoal paper. Click to enlarge.
A white rooster from Rabun, Gap Georgia. 5″ x 7″ oil on linen panel. “Available”
A charcoal drawing of my Friend Joe Borri. 18″ x 24″ charcoal on Canson paper.
A great model from my Wednesday night drawing class. Oil on 11″x14″ linen. “Available”
This is a piece done for the Step by Step Illustrated Chinese Cookbook. Published by Simon and Schuster in the late 70’s. Watercolor and ink on rice paper.
A plein air done at Mason Woods park in NE Atlanta. 9″ x 12″ oil on canvas. “available”
The Iris are huge and beautiful in our garden this spring. I managed to paint this before they were flattened by the rain.. Oil on 12″ x 16″ linen.
A charcoal drawing of my friend Sarah. 14 x 17
Another of my friend Alec. Oil on 5″x7″linen panel.
An illustration from the archives. A magazine ad from the summer of 1978. Happy birthday dear Emily, and a happy 4th to all.
This is one of my illustrations from the early 80’s. A murder mystery cover done for Dell publishing Have a great day Mike!
Today’s post is a doorway in the French Quarter of New Orleans. I don’t remember the street, but I loved the old world look of the architecture. Oil on 8 ” x 10″ linen panel.
Another for the “Men in Hats series” This a friend from Atlanta who plays a mean guitar. 9″x11″ oil on linen.
An illustration from a few years back. The model for this is my friend Andy Ayrault, who deserves an honorable mention on fathers day. Two sets of twins 3 years apart. Acryllics on illustration board
A portrait of one fine looking rooster. Oil on 5″ x 7″ linen panel. “Sold”
A view across the water of the green on # 11 on the Lakemont course at Stone Mountain Park near Atlanta. Oil on linen 6″ x 7 1/2″ Todays post will be available on Ebay for one week. The bidding will start at $75. “Click here to bid”
Today’s post is of a Wisconsin Farm on a winding dirt Road. Oil on 5″x7″ linen panel. “Available”
A very Happy Birthday to my Granddaughter Emily. To everyone else a happy Fourth of July. Todays post is a self portrait. I’m wearing what my wife calls my “Norton” hat. I don’t care, I like the hat. Oil on 5″x7″ linen panel. “Sold”
Lovely little street in Monterosso, Italy. Oils on 5″x7″ linen panel. Ready to frame or may be hung as is. Available Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org