Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Field of Red Poppies - o/c 20.5" x 25"


Another original landscape in the series created from memories traveling throughout Provence when fields are covered with poppies.

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Field of Bluebonnets - o/c 21" x 25"


How lovely is a carpet of royal and bold-blue colored wild flowers growing upon the rolling hills of Texas in spring? They are especially unique too. Bluebonnets grow no where else in the world.

Upon further research of these flowers, I came across an historic quote.  "The bluebonnet is to Texas what the shamrock is to Ireland, the cherry blossom to Japan, the lily to France, the rose to England and the tulip to Holland."  These are words one never could forget.

The oil painting is simply titled "Field of Bluebonnets" and considered first in the original series of these flowering fields.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Iris and Daffodils - o/c 20.5" x 25"

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Vivid colors are bountiful with iris and daffodils in spring.  How inviting is this landscape painting for the viewer to imagine walking among these flowers?

Friday, January 12, 2018

Winter Snow Morning - o/c 19.5" x 22.5"


"Winter Snow Morning" is a recently completed painting depicting the architecture of trees gathered in the forefront of the distant horizon. The application of white, gray, brown and icy blue -- the orphans of the color spectrum conveys tranquility.  Bright yellow hues of the early morning sun barely showing herself, draws one's eye and imagination into the start of a new day.

English Garden Border - o/c 29" x 33"

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Throughout my years traveling, many of the estates visited in England have some of the most beautiful "borders" created around their gardens. Often stone or brick, or very high coiffured hedges, I've found none of them to give one an impression of being confined. This particular one is rather more serene in it's design, yet the blue doors are inviting with boxwoods balanced in front, and barren trees dusted with snow.

I have always enjoyed the cycles of the four seasons, yet during winter, I prefer to create my landscape paintings as "unspoiled and pristine."