I’ve created these nine paintings ranging in size from 11×14″ to 18×24″ in preparation for my solo exhibit at The Salt Exchange which runs from February through April this year. On previously exhibited reflection paintings I’ve received feedback that there is interest in understanding the meteorological and environmental conditions which caused the water to appear […]
In Portland Harbor, scattered cumulus clouds in a June sky created this watery scene as the calm winds began to freshen at the onset of a sea breeze. 18×24″ oil on canvas.
Altostratus clouds allowed the filtered spring sunshine to illuminate the soft swells near Outer Green Island. 18×24″ oil on canvas.
Overcast skies, dense fog, and occasional drizzle resulted in this rare tranquil sea near Halfway Rock, four miles off the coast of Bailey Island. 18×24″ oil on canvas.
On a crisp October day, the fall foliage was mesmerizing in the waters off Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park in Freeport. 16×20″ oil on canvas.
Rough seas at the entrance to the New Meadows River transitioned to this relaxed water near the shoreline on a lovely September day. 11×14″ oil on canvas.
Our final boating excursion of the season gifted us with this array of colors in Potts Harbor thanks to the low angle of the sun in late October. 11×14″ oil on canvas.
In the calm before the storm, an expanse of cirrostratus clouds signaled the approach of a cold front as the sun set over Broad Cove in Owls Head. 16×20″ oil on canvas.
While anchored off Little Diamond, the clear blue skies overhead enhanced the contrast of the coral pinks in the setting sun. 11×14″ oil on canvas.
Winter, spring, summer, or fall, Popham Beach in Phippsburg is always breathtakingly beautiful. In this 15 x 30″ oil on canvas, I chose this composition from a November visit where Seguin Island is perched on the horizon and the beach was pristine in the falling tide. This relaxing scene is quite a contrast to my […]