Monthly Archives: November 2016

Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of a backpacker hiking the Appalachian Trail on a typical wet and misty day. 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 a rhino beetle. I have heard that in Japan they keep these as pets. The painting was done in colored pencil on an 8″ x 10″ sheet of Stonehenge paper.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of some wild sunflowers that would always bloom in late summer in New Mexico. This is one of the things that I will miss about New Mexico. The painting was done in colored pencil on an 8″ … Continue reading

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of some colorful Italian fishing boats. 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 a small chapel in the countryside of Croatia. I’m not sure if it was still an active church as it was in the middle of the woods, a long way from even the smallest town. The … Continue reading

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of a bend in the Nottely River near Blairsville. Even though it was a cloudless day, the smoke from the nearby forest fires gave the sky a hazy appearance and enhanced the atmospheric effect of the distant … Continue reading

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is from an archive of photos that I took at the Syracuse Arts and Crafts Festival several years ago. The Thai Food must have been good because there were a lot of people willing to to endure a … Continue reading

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