Resting Bales …. The day in Wrentham was very fruitful. There were forces in the atmosphere; strong sunlight overhead, storm clouds in the distance and the play of light was very engaging. This painting feels like there is an intimate relationship with the bales that have found a permanent home yet the view beyond is […]
Wandering … In my painting themes, I am traveling about between Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont. We stumbled upon this barn on the famed Route 100 on the east side of the Green Mountains. It is one of many idyllic scenes on this route. Please email me at email@example.com if you are interested in purchasing.
Captured …. As I mentioned earlier in this challenge, I try to have my camera with me at all times, never knowing when you will happen upon a scene that asks to be painted. When I was delivering two 30 day challenge paintings, on Agricultural Avenue in Rehoboth, I passed this field, then immediately backed […]
Morning Glow … This was again a scene captured on our morning walk at Slater Park on The Ten Mile River Greenway. Sometimes even taking a photo is a challenge, getting the right angle, and enough info to suggest a pleasing composition. But going with the 5 x 7 horizontal format worked well for this […]
Amicable Diversion Since slipping a trip to Vermont into the mix in mid September, I could not do so without photographing and painting a barn or two. This was a classic with hay bales, tractors, and the iconic red barn. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in purchasing.
Once again, finding my mews on Water Street near West in Attleboro. A 2nd view of the brook fed by Mechanics Pond and the Bungay River. The spring greens are fading to yellow and golden greens of early autumn but there is still a lushness to be savored here in “Verdant September”. Enjoying these private […]