Monday, July 28, 2008
I took a few days off from painting after the show. This marsh painting I did a little while ago, it actually has a yellow sky which my camera fails to pick up. I'll try another photo of painting if you are interested in it. It is framed as shown on the righthand side bar and it's quite lovely. Shipping within the US is included. Email me if you are interested.
Thursday, July 17, 2008
This is the 4th of the 4 oil paintings I just completed. Imagine, another painting of Scarborough Marsh. I must like it there. You can see this painting this weekend at the Maine Women in the Arts show in Kennebunkport which opens tomorrow. More info on the show is available on the show information page. See the right side bar for more information on the painting.
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
This is the 3rd of the 4 new oils, the only one that's not a marsh!! I've been painting this scene at Pemaquid, Maine for the last 20 years or so. It's a real challenge. You can see this picture this weekend at the Maine Women in the Arts show in Kennebunkport. For more info click on the show information link on the right sidebar. I hope you'll be able to stop by.
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Here's the second of the 4 oil paintings I have just completed. You can see it for yourself at the Maine Women in the Arts summer show in Kennebunkport, Maine this weekend. Stop by if you're in the area, it's always a fun show with lots of affordable art work plus crafts. There are directions on the show information page which you can access on the right sidebar. The show is inside so it doesn't matter if it rains.
Monday, July 14, 2008
Something new. This is the first of 4 new oil paintings that I have just finished. The sides of the panel are 1 1/2" deep and are painted black so the painting is ready to hang. If you want to see the new paintings in person they will be at the Maine Women in the Arts show this weekend in Kennebunkport, Maine. For more info on the show go to the show page of this blog. Otherwise, email me if you'd like to know more about the oils. Shipping within the US is included.
Saturday, July 12, 2008
This piece was painted at Scarborough Marsh near Higgins Beach. A little different view. Very peaceful. You can see what it looks like in its white mat by scolling down the right hand side bar.
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Thursday, July 10, 2008
This is another look at Scarborough Marsh that I completed today. It's from the marsh series I started with the Pastel Painters about 2 weeks ago. The fog had pretty much lifted here and there is a nice yellow sky. Look at the sidebar on the right of the blog to see how this looks in its gold frame. Shipping within the US is included. Email me if you're interested in this painting.
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
More marshes. I went down to Scarborough Marsh the other day. It was so beautiful. Here's the marsh with its summer greens. The blues are a little lighter than they appear in this photo. The painting is matted to a white 11x14 mat. You can see what that looks like if you scroll down on the sidebar at the right side of the blog. Shipping within the US is included.
Friday, July 4, 2008
Stroudwater is a section of Portland that goes back to Colonial times and it is a beautiful reminder of our Portland history. The marsh there is particularly lovely. It is where, in earliest times, the trees for masts were loaded onto ships to be carried to the shipyards. The Tate House, which is open to the public, was the home of the mast agent. This interpretation of the marsh is 51/2 x 51/2, and is matted to 11x14. See the sidebar to the right to see what that looks like. Price includes shipping in the US.
Thursday, July 3, 2008
I'm really into the marshes this week. What's new?? I painted at Scarborough Marsh this morning but I wanted to post this piece that I just framed from a paintout at Stroudwater Marsh earlier in the spring. It was freezing that morning and then it started to rain, but I did manage to get this piece done. The image is 6x12 and is framed in a gold plein air frame. You can see what the frame looks like on the right sidebar. Price includes shipping within the US.
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
I'm on a roll. Here is another 5x5 that I painted last Monday on the Scarborough Marsh paintout. It was pretty foggy at this point in time, but not as foggy as it was earlier in the morning. The fog sometimes makes the colors pretty vivid, esp when the sun begins to break through. This piece is matted to a white 11x14 mat for which it is easy to find a frame. You can see what it looks like when it is matted on the right hand sidebar. Shipping includes postage within the US.
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
I finally got a Pemaquid piece matted. This painting was done on our weekend trip to Pemaquid with Pastel Painters of Maine. 22 of us gathered there about a month ago. We had a great time but the weather was just awful for a bunch of plein air painters. This one I did before the rain set in but it was a pretty overcast day. My camera has distorted the yellow here, the yellow in the foreground is not as orange as it appears in this photo.
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