Tango is 18 x 18 x 1.5 Mixed Media on Birch Panel. Sides have been painted in a complimentary color with the painting's colors.
Stillness No 1
Acrylic 20 x 20 birch 1.5 deep cradle panel. This could be part of a diptych indicated by the photo
Stillness No 2
Acrylic 20 x 20 on 1.5 deep birch cradle board. This can be part of a diptych as show in the photos.
Critical Mass-CLICK FOR DETAILS
Acrylic and Mixed Media on 16 x 16 deep 2.5 cradle board. Sides have been painted to compliment the painting. UV varnished and ready for your wall.
Complex Blending of Nature [NFS]
Acrylic on 30 x 40 deep canvas float mounted in black floater frame. This was from a plein air painting session where I was sitting along the lake with the reflections of the trees. The clouds would change, creating a different light which continued to give me another perspective.
The location of where I painted this was in Carlton, Oregon, in the wine growing area of Oregon. The name of the painting is a play off of terms used while tasting wine.
Pink Pastiche [click for details]
Acrylic and Mixed Media on 24 x 24 birch cradle board and protected with UV finish. This is on a cradle board that has a depth of 2".
Limited palette of Alizarin Crimson, Ochre, White and Black. In the end a used a few glazes to create depth. I could look as this one all day, there are so many layers peeking through if you just look.
Jewels of Nature [click for details]
Cold Wax and Oil on birch panel. This is framed with a 16x 20 black floater frame and ready for your wall.
I took color license with this painting. On one of my walks there was a bank of boulders and logs. I started with a monochromatic pallet but I could not help myself, I had to bring in color. I love the effect of Cold Wax and Oil, it has an illumination that works so well with this painting.
Finding my Way [click for details]
Acrylic and Mixed Media on 16 x 20 birch cradle board framed in a natural floater frame and ready for your wall.
I was painting this during Hurricane Ian. Listening to the news when everyone was waiting for it to hit land.. The name Finding my Way popped into my head. How were people going to find their way after the devastation?
Rhythm of the Land
Acrylic and Mixed Media on 16 x 20 birch cradle board framed with a natural floater frame and read for your wall.
This was so fun to paint and I have no idea where the inspiration came from. I had been on a plane and maybe because I was looking at the fields from above it stayed in my subconscious. Who knows?