TBT- On Thursday mornings I’ll be giving you a look at art I’ve created over the past twenty years. Today…”A Grand Morning” oil from 2007. A different part of the Grand Tetons in the fall. It’s currently hanging on the wall in our dining area.
I just returned from four great days at Delger Camp, operated in conjunction with Nomadic Journeys, and which is located at the Khogno Khan Nature Reserve, about six hours west of Ulaanbaatar. Staying in one place for awhile is very useful for getting in serious painting time. I […]
I’m extremely pleased to announce that my friend and colleague James Coe will be coming to northern California to hold his first ever workshop out here in July! Below are all the details. We expect his workshop to fill up, so get your reservation in soon! As I’ve […]
Over time, I think most painters end up with preferences for size, ranging from true miniatures that may only be an inch by an inch to, well, big, really big. Like ten feet high. I’ve tended to stay in a middle range, which happens to be what has […]
“Camel Rock Sunset” is a scene well-known to locals. The beach from which the rock formation can be viewed is always one of the most popular. And Camel Rock, seen on the right, is a local landmark. Click to bid here
“Wine Country Scene” is a study of lovely fall colors that I saw in the Napa Valley some years ago. I really liked the contrast of the upright landscape trees, the intense warm colors of the grape leaves and the spot of pink lavender. Click to bid here
“Back Country Summer, Humboldt County” is a typical late summer scene in southern Humboldt County, California on the road between Petrolia and Honeydew. Although world-renowned for its coast redwoods, the inland areas have rolling hills and prairies with native oaks and often eucalyptus trees planted by early settlers. […]