New Series of Winter Paintings
Follow my journey through winter in this new series of en plein air paintings. A new painting nearly every day from the first day of winter, December 22, 2017 through the day of the Spring Equinox on March 20, 2018. All paintings in the series are offered for sale online, un-framed and un-matted, at special prices until March 20th, 2018.
The most recent four paintings are shown below.
“Gulley In The Woods” – 7" x 11" The light in winter is always low and only seems to touch a few places in the woods. Low places, like gullies, seem to sit in perpetual shade during winter. This scene is off of McCullough Road in North Bennington, Vermont. This low...read more
“Low Land” – 7" x 11" A cold but sunny winter afternoon. In warmer months, this area is actually a swamp. A recent arctic cold has frozen just about everything and covered it all with foot of snow. So the swamp looks like a flat field at this point. Just out of the...read more
“Shadows on East Road” – 7" x 11" If anything is typical on a sunny winter day it's long shadows. My painting spot was on a hill looking down on a snow-covered East Road in Shaftsbury, Vermont. Late afternoon sun cast long, blue tree shadows down the distant hill and...read more
“Snow Hills In January” – 7" x 11" And one for late afternoon. Being a morning person, it is pretty easy for me to be up and moving early in the day, even before the sun is up. So many of my en plein air paintings are morning scenes. But, Vermont is experiencing an...read more