Sunday, September 16, 2012
A painting I did awhile ago just trying to capture the mood of a late winters' sky. These evening and morning scenes are something that I never tire of observing and am always inspired by what I see, then to capture the experience into a painting. I'm most happy doing these sort of paintings in oil as often there is quite a bit of tonal adjustment etc to get them right. Size is 16" X 20" - oil on canvas.
Other news is the opening today of The Best Of The Chesapeake exhibition at McBride Gallery from Sunday Sept 16 to October 7. I'm delighted to report that I won the Heritage Award for my watercolor painting 'Abandoned Barn - East View' posted earlier on this blog. This group exhibition features a wonderful array of art from around the country featuring the diversity of the Chesapeake so if you are in or near Annapolis, Maryland, I hope you will stop by and see for yourself.
Friday, September 7, 2012
Peregrine Falcon study: SOLD
Young Peregrine Falcon study: SOLD
Three of my original watercolor paintings are being exhibited at the International Hunting & Equestrian Exhibition in Abu Dhabi this week. Their website is adihex.net. Organised by the Emirates Falconers Club, this large exhibition attracts many visitors each year from all over the globe.