Monthly Archives:: October 2008

“Acorn”

Silverpoint Drawing 3.5×4″ green-gray prepared paper Silverpoint pre-dates the pencil as a drawing medium and reached its height during the Renaissance, though some of the earliest drawings date to the 12th century. The artist draws with a silver stylus on a coated surface; the lines deposited are actually silver and will tarnish over time to… Read more »

“Autumn Walk”

Oil Painting 5×7″ panel Please contact me if you are interested in this painting.

“Sycamore Pod”

Oil Painting 6×6″ bevel-edge panel Please email me if you are interested in this painting. And, don’t forget to subscribe to my blog!

“Round and Around”

Silverpoint Drawing 5×7″ green-gray prepared paper This drawing is created with a silver stylus on a specially coated surface – a Renaissance-era medium known as silverpoint. I prepared the paper with a green-gray tone and added white charcoal highlights. Silverpoint will tarnish to a metallic sepia tone over time. To learn more about it, and… Read more »

“A Field of Sunflowers”

Oil Painting 5×7″ Here’s another of the small Impressionistic landscapes I’ve been painting for local galleries. This rolling sunflower field was near Stockton, NJ and seemed to go on forever. SOLD. Please email me about similar paintings.

“Lane of Trees”

Acrylic Painting 5×7″ panel I’ve been working on small, rather Impressionistic landscapes like this – mostly Bucks County, PA and Hunterdon County, NJ scenes – that I promised to a few local galleries. I’m particularly attracted to deep space with long rows of trees, fields and lanes, etc. I’ll post the images here first before… Read more »

“Cloud Climbers”

Oil Painting 6×6″ bevel-edge panel I really loved this scene – the bright blue sky with clouds rolling by the stretched wires. The vines were interwoven and growing across the wires like long nests. SOLD. Please ask about something similar.

“Curves”

Acrylic and graphite 5×7″ bevel-edge panel Tiny shells are attached to the interior of the large shell. Nature never ceases to inspire! Please email me if you are interested in this painting.