Category Archive: Landscape

Spotty

Recently I have been working with a new media–colored pencil on drafting film.  It has been a fun learning experience.  A number of my students are also having fun trying it.  This is… Continue reading

Hunting

I am starting my 2021 calendar.  It will have water plus something alive in various media.  I am glad to accept various reference material.  (You get a free calendar if I use your… Continue reading

Hunting

I am starting my 2021 calendar.  It will have water plus something alive in various media.  I am glad to except various reference material.  (You get a free calendar if I use your… Continue reading

Calendar

My 2019 calendar is now available.  Its theme this year is Benches through the different seasons.  Each bench has a visitor be it animal or human.  A quote from a poem by Sally… Continue reading

Fading light

This was an experiment of trying to catch the fading evening light, something I had not tried before.  Plus when I saw the picture by Jim Montanus I feel in love with it.… Continue reading

Wolf Creek

When I saw this picture on the internet I knew I had to try and paint it.  It is a 24×24 oil on canvas.  I would like to thank Meredith Willis for letting… Continue reading

Four Seasons in Multimedia

   Four Seasons in Multimedia is the title for a show that I am doing, as the featured artist, in the Wide Awake Club Library in Fillmore.  It will feature some of my new… Continue reading

Sap gathering

2016 is just coming to an end but that doesn’t stop me from working on my 2018 calendar (I still have a few 2017 calendars left.).  There is no theme to the pictures… Continue reading

Raffle

This painting was done by 9 of us after a workshop given by Sandy Bonnadonna on Morten Solberg.   Because non of us can claim it we will be raffling it off.  Tickets will… Continue reading

My 2017 Calendar

This is my calendar for 2017.  They are finished and ready to purchase.  They are $13.83 plus tax where applicable. Reference material came from photos of our gardens.  It also contains a great poem by Sally… Continue reading