A small oil capturing the change from fall to winter on the shores of Lake Superior, cold yet beautiful and it’s found a new home on the north shore.
Joined a plein aire paintout group at a small chapel located in a clearing just feet from the ocean on Captiva Island, a good mix of sun and shade led to this piece, a small 9″x12″ oil.
We often kayak to this spot, it’s a small, winding river with the boreal forest closing in on the banks. It’s a small oil 9″x12″
Commissions are not always easy since you’re constrained in both the subject matter and sometimes the medium and style. This one was different, a property with interesting rock features and evening shadows that begged to be painted. It’s oil on canvas 18″x24″ and has a happy owner on the north shore of Lake Superior.
An oil 48″ x 30″, sunset over the trees with the last rays just catching the fields of grass. The focal point is the field of poppies leading into the distance so little detail went into the barns perched over the valley.
I’ve been kayaking through the boundary waters for years and have a lot of images in my mind…this is the first to make it to canvas, tamarack trees changing colour in the cool fall air.
oil 48″ x 36″