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Another in my sailing series. I love doing waters. As a past sailor, this is one of my favorite subjects. Here’s a boat that has a nice reach, moving the boat swiftly through the deep blue waters.
8″x10″ oil on canvas, varnished, ready to hang. No need to frame unless desired.
This exciting painting with brighten any wall. It makes me happy each time I see it! Be sure to put is in a spot to enjoy.
THIS PAINTING IS A SAMPLE. IT IS NOT FOR SALE. THE PRICE POSTED IS THE COST TO HAVE YOUR OWN PET PORTRAIT PAINTED.
This is Chili and Pepper, a family member’s pets. Ask to see the other pet portrait commissions I have painted. WOULD YOU LIKE A PORTRAIT OF YOUR PET? I would be happy to do one for you. I would need a good photograph of your pet. You can send your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will contact you to talk to you about what you would like me to paint!
Price is as posted $435 for an 11” x 14” horizontal or vertical.
These two are litter mates and love to cuddle up with each other. Perhaps you have pets the do the same!
This is my second painting in my sailing series. It shows the fun of sailing from inside the boat sitting across from a friend. This bright beautiful day is enhanced by the swift motion of the boat, graceful moving through the bay waters.
12″ x 18″ x 1.25″ oil on canvas, varnished, needs no frame, painting continues around the sides.
Reference art, photograph by Fran Leyenberger
What fun, picturing yourself sitting across from a friend on this serene day!
Vacationing in North Carolina a couple years ago, I came across this creek. The fall colors played on the scene. I took many pictures. This is such a beautiful spot. I painted this one with the palette knife, with just slight touches of color for the leaves done with a brush.
Canvas 14″ x 11″ x 1″ Oil on canvas, varnished, framed
This is framed with what’s called a shadow frame. It has a double frame look. The front of the painting sets level to the widest part of the frame. The inset is level with the back showing the narrow painted edges of the canvas. Nice simple frame making the painting itself stand out.
After a cold, snowy winter, we all look for the first signs of spring. Crocuses are one of the first blooms to appear. We all rejoice that temperate weather is arriving. Here is my interpretation of these lovely little flowers.
8″ x10″ Oil on canvas, unframed
These bright blue flowers are so attractive! This just makes my day.
This beautiful bay is so very popular to sailors and other boatmen. Newport Road Island is one of my most favorite vacation spots. It is fabulous of sailing. I painted this because it reminds me of my sailing days. Such fun. I can visually feel that I am on this wonderful boat! If you like the water, this painting is for you!
This oil painting is 24″ x 18″ x .75″ oil on canvas, varnished, needs no frame unless desired.
Reference art, photograph courtesy of Fran Leyenberger.
I painted this beautiful scene just after Covid 19 closed everything down. It is a wonderful escape from isolation. picture yourself on this boat on the beautiful waters of Narragansett Bay. You can loose yourself and feel like you are there!
I have done several owls now as they are a favorite subject. This one being so one color was a challenge. Just to catch a hooting one in the night is like a blessing.
14″ x 11″ oil on canvas, shadow box frame
One of my favorite birds is the majestic owl. There is such a variety of these glorious birds. The great grey is so hard to see in the wild. My painting brings this fabulous bird right to your living space to enjoy.
This picture represents early morning fishing with this cowboy wanting trout for breakfast. Swift waters and haze from early morning before the sun has burned it off sets the scene.
14″ x 11″ oil on canvas, no need for frame unless desired
I love this scene, quite, pensive, beautiful promising day. Looking at it makes the challenges I face easier as I reflect on it , going through daily work.
The current iconic Washington Crossing Bridge was built in 1904 replacing earlier versions which were wooden and sweep away during floods. This bridge has had several repairs though these many years. It is narrow and can be a challenge to cross for a wider vehicle. The waters traveling under make an idyllic picture to paint. I’m sure it has been done many, many times. This is my interpretation of it.
oil painting on canvas, 14″ x 11″
How many times have I crossed this bridge? I don’t dared to count. One tucks in the rear view mirrors and drives slowly across. My joke is always the same. “Why did Washington cross in boats when there is a perfectly good bridge here!” LOL.