Monthly Archives: October 2016

Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of the Deland Henry House (also known as the Green Lantern Inn) in Fairport New York. The house, designed by John Thomas, was built in 1875 in the French Chateau Architectural style. I would have loved to … Continue reading

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

The unseasonably warm weather has confused many of the plants around our house. A few of the Azalia bushes actually started to bloom the other day (hopefully that won’t prevent them from blooming in the Spring).  Most of the summer … Continue reading

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is from a photograph that I took of a couple enjoying brunch in San Antonio Texas last January. The photo was taken at the city’s famous river walk that is lined by countless restaurants. Little did they know … Continue reading

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of the old Haysville North Carolina courthouse. The courthouse, located on their main square is undergoing a long term restoration. The painting was done in oils on an 8″ x 10″ wood panel.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of our house in Blairsville Georgia. The photo reference for the painting was taken in late summer. Now of course all the trees have begun to change color and drop their leaves. The painting was done in … Continue reading

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is from a photo that I took a long time ago at a private fishing lake in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The watery environment doesn’t look like anything you would expect to see in the high desert region around … Continue reading

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

“Waiting for Godot”. Today’s painting is of a group of people waiting for their tour to get started. I took the picture from the balcony of our hotel room this past summer. The painting was done in oils on an … Continue reading

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