Category Archives: Plein air landscapes
It’s that time of year for cemetery paintings. I’m trying to let the gouache run loose.
Here’s another gouache sketch. I used some watercolors with it today also.
I started playing with gouache. It was so windy I had to sit in my minivan to paint this.
This morning I walked down to the beach in our neighborhood.
We’ve been having a nor’easter the past few days. I couldn’t resist going out to paint, but the rain prevented me from finishing.
Twice a year an easel company sponsors a contest. The challenge is to paint something from life every day of the month and post it to social media. At the end of the month they randomly choose a few people … Continue reading
I finally got around to taking some photos of my sketches from my last staycation. Some of these aren’t very good photos but they’re the best my iPad could do. We’re preparing to move so this is my final staycation … Continue reading
Here’s my annual summer painting of a jetty in Ocean City, NJ. Summer Jetty, plein air, watercolor, about 8×11” on Hahnemuhle paper.
Every summer my wife takes our kids to visit her family and I get stuck at home taking care of all our animals. I get a week of not having to cook or parent and as much time as I … Continue reading
This morning I painted the same tide pool I’ve painted several times before. The snowy owl is still here and hanging out on the refuge headquarters’ roof in the parking lot.