Tag Archives: Landscapes

Dusk at Findhorn Marina

After I did this same scene Plein-Air, I took the sketch and some photographs back to the studio and did this larger painting. It helps to have the color reference and be able to recall the sounds and feel of the breeze. Which one to you like better, this one or the one I did on location; Findhorn Marina […]

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Badlands

I was on my way from Aberdeen to Forres, in the middle of the Scottish Uplands, a hundred miles from the coast, but there were seagulls flying above. The hills on either side of the single track road were dark, barren and round like coastal dunes. When I saw this stream cutting through the jagged mountains, I […]

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Lambs of God

Lambs of God

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View from the Tracks

If you’ve driven down Highway 1 from San Francisco to Santa Cruz, you’ve passed through Davenport. It’s a nice place to stop for lunch. Afterwards be sure to take the short walk to the beach, the path crosses the railroad tracks. I painted this scene while standing a few feet from the tracks. From there I had […]

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