Posts Tagged: landscape painting

THINGS CHANGE

Oh how things change! These two pieces are sitting in silence at Tapestry Gallery in Madrid, NM because non-essential businesses are now closed in New Mexico, at least until November 30. It is understandable because the virus numbers are high

THINGS CHANGE

Oh how things change! These two pieces are sitting in silence at Tapestry Gallery in Madrid, NM because non-essential businesses are now closed in New Mexico, at least until November 30. It is understandable because the virus numbers are high

NIGHT LIGHTS

This painting, NIGHT LIGHTS, started as an exercise in developing my skills with a palette knife. I had a few knives, but wanted more of a selection, so I bought a set of nine in various sizes and shapes. I

NIGHT LIGHTS

This painting, NIGHT LIGHTS, started as an exercise in developing my skills with a palette knife. I had a few knives, but wanted more of a selection, so I bought a set of nine in various sizes and shapes. I

RADIANCE and PROMISE

My latest New Mexico landscape, very close to my heart, painted with saturated colors and passion. These colors are mine…easy to use and easy to envision in a finished work. The image above is not quite as exciting as the

RADIANCE and PROMISE

My latest New Mexico landscape, very close to my heart, painted with saturated colors and passion. These colors are mine…easy to use and easy to envision in a finished work. The image above is not quite as exciting as the

COLD FRONT no. 2

The first Cold Front at Taos Plateau painting sold, so I did another, brighter version using lighter clouds pushing against the cold front intruding from the right. I drive past this view of the Taos Plateau on my excursions north

COLD FRONT no. 2

The first Cold Front at Taos Plateau painting sold, so I did another, brighter version using lighter clouds pushing against the cold front intruding from the right. I drive past this view of the Taos Plateau on my excursions north

LOOKING WEST

LOOKING WEST is a new painting, delivered last week to Earthen Vessel Gallery in Durango, CO. Breaking my attraction to horizontal landscape formats presented a bit of a challenge, but worked itself out as I “sketched in” the under painting.

LOOKING WEST

LOOKING WEST is a new painting, delivered last week to Earthen Vessel Gallery in Durango, CO. Breaking my attraction to horizontal landscape formats presented a bit of a challenge, but worked itself out as I “sketched in” the under painting.

PURPLE RAIN

Ah…Purple Rain, or any rain! I wanted to do a fun and colorful piece while I was camping in the National Forest last week…no cell service, no internet…just peace and quiet and true solitude. I did two smaller paintings while

PURPLE RAIN

Ah…Purple Rain, or any rain! I wanted to do a fun and colorful piece while I was camping in the National Forest last week…no cell service, no internet…just peace and quiet and true solitude. I did two smaller paintings while

COLD FRONT AT TAOS PLATEAU

This painting was a risk for me. The entire palette is much darker than I usually use. At times, I thought it was too dark, so I continually moved it from my easel to the living room to outside and

COLD FRONT AT TAOS PLATEAU

This painting was a risk for me. The entire palette is much darker than I usually use. At times, I thought it was too dark, so I continually moved it from my easel to the living room to outside and

Small Landscapes

These original acrylic landscapes are available at Mostly Madrid, Gypsy Plaza, Madrid, NM…two sizes: 8X8 framed and 8X10 framed. Priced from $58 to $81…from the studio

Small Landscapes

These original acrylic landscapes are available at Mostly Madrid, Gypsy Plaza, Madrid, NM…two sizes: 8X8 framed and 8X10 framed. Priced from $58 to $81…from the studio