My painting Harmony was selected by Kevin Gilmore for a new show at Spring Bull Gallery titled Out of the Blue. This painting is 12x24 on gallery wrapped canvas and was originally titled- An Experiment. Using only yellow ochre, Indian red, ultramarine blue and titanium white to make as many hues as I could while minimizing repetition and showing a full range of values. The show runs through 10/29/23- hope when you’re in Newport you’ll stop in. Open daily except for Tuesdays.
Sunday, September 17, 2023
Sunday, July 30, 2023
So very excited and honored to have been juried into this upcoming show titled Best of Mystic at the Providence Art Club! August 6-25 with the opening reception on August 12th- from 4 to 6.
My painting is titled Hauled Out and is 24x24. My inspiration is the hard working fleet of fishing boats right here in Newport, RI. This image is from the State Pier, filled with the sight, sounds, and yes the aromas of a working harbor.
Monday, July 24, 2023
I love this- she exclaimed! I want this! And so it went into her car. I’m just happy it can see the light of day and be around the energy of her family. When she got home she texted that her husband loves it too- It’s not going to Maine he said- it’s staying right here in our new home.
A housewarming gift that really brought me so much pleasure!
Saturday, July 15, 2023
We were determined to paint, but the forecast predicted rain. We found a spot under the Sakonnet Bridge, which protected us from the downpours which happened on and off. Cooper found his happy place and settled down.
Then the sun came out, and as my fellow painters know, everything changed! See the fourth picture to see that bright sunlight! It’s tempting to follow that, but I stuck with my plan- a rainy day painting.
Here’s the final painting- Summer Rain. Available for sale Spring Bull Gallery in Newport, RI and from my gallery on the Daily Paintworks.
Monday, July 3, 2023
So much fun painting at Brenton Cove this morning in Newport. The first two pics are details, then the final painting. Finished in the studio- tweaking the values- my eyes seemed to have trouble with the brightness of the day. I’ve never worn my glasses, never mind dark glasses to paint- but…..
This one is 12x24 and looks great in this wide frame rimmed with gold. I’m in love with the lobster boat in the foreground, but there’s a cat boat at anchor and some Opti’s racing in the background.
Wednesday, June 21, 2023
Postponed because of rain, 45 artists boarded the ferry from New Bedford, MA to the tiny island of Cuttyhunk on Father’s Day- which turned out to be a glorious day.
I set up near the marina (and the bathrooms) after checking in and picking up a lovely boxed lunch. Ready to get started, the time was precious as the last ferry departs an hour earlier on Sunday.
I painted an 11x14 painting in just under two hours- there was a fast but fun reception and award ceremony- then off to catch the ferry home. Happy that my painting sold and a huge Thank You to the organizers of this special event
Lots of people stopped by to ask- “what’s going on with all the artists?”