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As my friends and followers may have noticed, I’ve been working on drawing, lately; combining pencil and charcoal and using an eraser to pull out the highlights. I really enjoy this process. I’ve been using Strathmore’s charcoal paper and find … Continue reading
Saw this old tree riddled with Pileated Woodpecker holes hiking to Agate Falls this past week. This is a 1-1/2 hour quick study – 6×9 oil on prepared paper.
If you visit the Missouri Botanical Garden, you can see and smell (best of all) many flowering plants in Winter. This Camellia is actually flowering indoors at the garden but I thought adding sky in the background would give it more … Continue reading
This is from an outing last week at Shaw Nature Reserve. The dogwoods have been beautiful this year. This is an 11×14 oil on panel.
A little oil study of people picking cherries – 8″ x 10″ oil on panel. I used an old photo of mine to make a preliminary sketch, then referred to both to make the painting. The panel I used is very slick, … Continue reading
If you’re interested in purchasing any of my work from the Augusta Plein Air Event, please use the contact link to get in touch. Thanks to the people of Augusta, Defiance, Washington, Femme Osage and surrounding areas for a really … Continue reading