A nice little scene near Etowah, NC. 9 x 12 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.
The Biltmore has an incredible view to the west. I set up my gear in the south pasture. There are no bad views here. 11×14 oil on linen.
Our side yard after last weeks big snow. 11 x 14 oil
Another fine day in WNC. 9×12 oil on linen.
A view of the Biltmore mansion from the gardens. I finally used my annual pass to the Biltmore estate and gardens. What a spectacular place. I’ll be returning often. 11 x 14 oil on linen panel. “Available”
A plain air of the chicken barn at Walnut Cove Stables. 11 x 14 oil on linen.
Hay barn filled for winter in a beautiful valley west of Hendersonville, NC. 9″ x 12″ oil on linen panel.
With just a little daylight left and the temperature dropping fast, I had to stop and paint this scene on the road between Hendersonville and Brevard. 9×12 oil on linen
At a bend in the Chocolay river as the sun was coming up in the UP of Michigan near Marquette. 8″ x 10″ oil on linen panel
Just finished a trip through Michigan, Wisconsin, and then Chicago. This is Sue Taylor’s wisteria in Lake Station, Michigan. 8″ x 10″ oil on linen panel.
Final painting from final day in Provence. Field with long shadows, 8″ x 10″ oil on panel.
Just behind Le Madelene, where we stayed, is this beautiful valley full of vineyards and orchards. The clouds moved in, but it was still a stunning view. Julian had just given an amazing demo and we all scattered to find our masterpieces. 6″ x 8″ oil on panel.
Just back from my incredible trip to the Provence area of France. It was my retirement gift from Indigo Studios. What a Gift! A week painting with one of my favorite painters, Julian Merrow-Smith. He puts on a workshop that could not be topped, by anyone! Myself and nine other painters stayed at a restored […]
While driving from Atlanta to Louisiana, I left the highway at Forest, Mississippi to search for a subject to paint. Finally, I spotted this gorgeous field full of small yellow flowers. Little did I know, that the local dairy farmers had a different opinion of these little beauties. The owner of the farm, Bud, and […]