One of my favorite views at Camp. There is a break between the blueberry bushes where we launch kayaks and the canoe from a pebbly beach. Gouache.
View of the pagoda pond at the Huntsville Botanical Garden. The lily pads were interesting and the ducks were friendly. Painted in gouache.
A view of my backyard pond in the early morning. Often there is mist rising off the water in the morning which I was studying here in gouache.
View of the mountains from Jones Valley, painted in gouache
Another study of the fall leaves at Sky Lake in gouache
There is a lake on top of Green Mountain called Sky Lake. There's a nice walking trail and even a covered bridge. John and I spent some time there to see the changing leaves.
There is a pond in our backyard and I am regularly drawn to it. I have a photo series of the pond during various seasons and times of day. This painting was referencing one of my favorite photos of the pond. Photograph taken in April 2017, painted in November 2017.
We used to live in College Station, Texas and this park was very close to our apartment. I would drive by it every day on the way to work. The trees in Texas don't grow very tall and as a result the sky looks enormous. I took this picture in 2012, this painting was done in November of 2017.
My favorite photograph that I took while on vacation in Massachusetts was at the Old North Bridge. Revisited in gouache.
View from our beach house on vacation in October 2016; painted October 2017.
I have been intermittently been painting birds for years, they are a subject I never tire of. Recently I've painted some finches, a titmouse, and a crow.
These pieces were monochrome studies; an effort to practice shading and value.
I set myself the task to make a painting every day in October. This is an exercise to become more comfortable with the medium gouache and to generate a creative habit. These are a few of my favorites.
Our family Camp in New Hampshire. Ilford FP4 Plus Film
Concord, Mass. Fuji Superia Reala Film
Our recent day trip to Boston. These were taken with Fuji Superia Reala Film
Drawn on iPad Pro - May 2017