Category Archives: Plein air landscapes
My first painting of the season wearing mittens over my gloves. They’re always a bit more clunky and ham-fisted. Lots of ducks cooing behind me though. The tide came in silently under my feet and ended this one a bit … Continue reading
This morning I headed over to the other side of the island. The water on that side is a different color. This was on Ocean Drive in Newport. I’d like to have another shot at this one in oils or … Continue reading
The morning after. Still full. Walking it off this morning and painting some rocks in the wildlife refuge.
It was raining and windy this morning so I had to hide in my minivan again. A month ago when I did the same thing I pushed the landmass back to create more space. Today I enlarged it.
It was very windy so I headed down to the beach after lunch on Friday looking for waves. I had to work very quickly. The rain came an hour earlier than predicted, and it eventually chased me home.
Today was the first morning of the season below freezing (when I left my house) so vodka had to come back. And here are some sketches of a tall model at figure group yesterday. A 10 minute pose.
My kids have a four day weekend so I got an extra morning to paint today. It was very windy but there weren’t any waves.
This morning I painted from the Price Neck Overlook trail at Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge. That point in the middle ground is where I paint the most when I’m there.