Here’s my latest oil painting of a fishing dock in the marshes of Edisto Island…
Export to PDF | Export to DOC“Beach” if the final piece in my series of four oil paintings called “VACATION!” I’m planning to have this painting with me at the Midtown Festival of the Arts in Atlanta on September 25th and 26th. If you go to the in the Snapshot section of my website, you’ll find the story […]
Export to PDF | Export to DOCNo matter how often I type the word “buoys” it still seems like it’s spelled incorrectly. Isn’t it funny how some words will do that the more you look at them? “Buoys” if the third of four oil paintings from my “Vacation” series. It’s one of my FAVORITE paintings […]
Export to PDF | Export to DOCHere is the second of four oil paintings from my “Vacation” series. I’ll have these with me at my upcoming art show in Atlanta on September 25th and 26th, 2010. You can read what’s my favorite part of this painting called “boat dock,” in the Snapshot section of my […]
Export to PDF | Export to DOCAll four of the paintings in my “Vacation” series are done and dry. I’ll have these with me at my upcoming art show in Atlanta on September 25th and 26th. You can read the story behind the inspiration for “bait stand” in the Snapshot section of my website.
Export to PDF | Export to DOCOn March 25 2010, I blogged about having just finished this painting called “bait stand.” As time went by, and this painting dried, I noticed something weird going on in the upper left corner of the painting. The longer it dried, the more that a group of strange, dull […]
I just finished an oil painting of a fishing dock in Edisto Beach State Park. My blog shows photos of my progress.
I’m painting a dock that is located on the salt marshes of Edisto Island. I wish I were there right now…
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Export to PDF | Export to DOCWhen it’s all said and done, my current series called “WATER” will be made up of seven oil paintings. Some of these are inspired by the shores of Lake Michigan, and some are from the Low Country area of South Carolina. This particular piece (which I’m temporarily calling “water #4” […]