Most of these were inspired by the beautiful Central Coast of California where I grew up.
The latest landscape paintings are or colorful Colorado!
I love the earthy tones of browns and blues which create a quiet serene wooded environment to sit in front of.
During the Summer of 2007, a large fire called the Zaca fire was burning in the Los Padres Nations Forest. It burned down 240,207 acres between July 4th and August 5th 2007. This painting depicts a quiet camping spot I used to go to with my friends. It's a little over a mile hike from the Nira. There is a hiking trail and a creek. I haven't been back there in a long time.
Made using professions quality artists' acrylic paint on gallery wrapped stretched canvas.
This is a night landscape with vibrant reds and blues glowing from Moonlit sky!
The textured surface of this original acrylic painting is a great conversation piece! Painted on a Gallery wrapped stretched canvas, 24" x 36".
The first art show this painting was in Sold first day!
This is painted like United Trees, acrylic painted on a textured surface.
This is by far one of my favorite paintings I've ever done! I love ferns, they remind me of the Redwoods where my grandparents took me many times as a child camping. The two horses in spirit are Snowball and Bullet, my two ponies I had as a child in Coalinga, CA. Snowball was a grey Welsh Pony and Bullet was her colt and half American Quarter Horse.
Here you can see the detail of fern leaves and shadows beneath
Snowball was a grey Welsh Pony and Bullet was her colt and half American Quarter Horse.
This painting depicts my love of painting water and textures of rocks.
Here is a photograph of me painting!
5" x 5" | Acrylic on Paper | Original SOLD
4" x 8" | Acrylic on Paper | Original SOLD
11" x 14" | Acrylic on Board | Original SOLD