Monday, April 23, 2018

Out of the Water

Boats out of the water can be nice subject matter too. I came across these boats in Gloucestor MA.


Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Pronvincetown Library (a view from the bay)

I just finished this today! It's of a series of paintings of recent ones of Ptown. 

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Winter Maine Paintings

Here are two paintings I recently completed of scenes from a road trip through Maine. Whether  Summer or Winter, Maine is full of wonderful subject matter.





Monday, September 18, 2017

Clouds over Mashpee

This is a larger painting ( 30" x 48") I did this weekend in a new larger gallery and studio space at Patriot Place in Foxboro, MA. It's a view from a cottage I was staying at in Maushop Village in Mashpee on Cape Cod this Summer. The view is always big and spectacular—I tried to capture that as best I could!





Friday, September 15, 2017

Nantucket Island En Plein Air

Last weekend was a productive and fun time in Nantucket. Well, the productive time was fun too. A group of us painted outside on Nantucket Island and were lucky to have beautiful weather. That group would be the Neponset Valley Artists. Here's a couple of paintings I did. The one with the blue boat will stay with one our very generous hostesses. That's Ann Gorbett, renowned palette knife artist extraordinaire, also known as my wife.




Sunday, August 27, 2017

Cap'n Jack's Wharf and MacMillan's Pier in Provincetown

Here are two new paintings I just finished of iconic sights in Provincetown on Cape Cod. Went on a RoadTrip to the Red Inn to hang these this weekend and had a nice time taking in the Summer in Provincetown. Summer is moving fast here in New England...



Wednesday, May 17, 2017

"Red Inn Tide"— series in a series


This is the third painting of a series of the Red Inn in the series of the Red Inn series, if that makes sense. This is my newest minimalist approach to painting — less application of paint, more intention, more truth. Excuse me — I'm still working this out. I was thinking it's a cognitive approach — fractured memories of an event. How much do we really retain or see in a visual experience?