Landscape Paintings

En Plein Air and Studio Paintings of Vermont and Beyond

“Walloomsac, Early Spring”

March 22, 2014 - "Walloomsac, Early Spring", 7" x 10" matted and mounted to a standard size of 11" x 14" How many gray skies,  blue mountains and snow covered or brown fields can one paint? A bit of a twist on this one. In searching for a subject that would have a...

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“Changing Sky, Pownal Valley”

Painting is 7 1/2" x 11", matted and mounted to 11" x 14" for easy, low-cost framing. Shipping is $6.95 to any US address. A wintry looking scene for the day that Spring arrives! In reality, the arrival of the spring equinox never really means...

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“Fields & Sky”

March 19, 2014 - "Fields & Sky - Coulter Road"   Clear skies were giving way to more and more clouds as I set up for this early morning painting. There was a lot of movement in the sky. Although it is impossible to have elements move physically in a painting of an...

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“Morning Sky From Hogback Mountain”

March 16, 2014 - "Morning Sky From Hogback Mountain", 7" x 10" And some come together very quickly! Hogback Mountain is a well known geographic feature of Southern Vermont and a particular hazard for drivers on Rt. 9 in the winter.  There is an overlook along the road...

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“Corner House” – watercolor landscape painting

February 4, 2014 - "Corner House ", 7" x 10" The calm before the storm. A major snowstorm is forecast for tomorrow, but today it seems almost like spring. I see this scene often since it is a house that is more or less behind mine, on the next street over. This side...

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1951 Mack Slate Truck

"1951 Mack Slate Truck", 9" x 11", $370. Did some work in the Slate Valley Museum on August 1st, gathering paintings and information for an exhibit in October.  The Museum contains a great deal of interesting information and items from the slate quarrying industry...

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“Equinox Road” – Changing Seasons in Vermont

"Equinox Road" - 22" x 30",  $1,850 This work, with its final details and adjustments made only a few days ago, represents the final statement of a series of explorations in paint. It's title, as well as the painting itself is more metaphorical than literal. The idea...

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“Farm”

Painting is 7" x 11", framed in Cherry toned wood to 12" x 15" This small studio painting of a typically rural subject - farm, fields, silo. Titled simply "Farm", it is a depiction of a farm in late summer. The light is low and maybe not as bright as it is in June....

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“Walloomsac October Morning”

Ventured out on a cloudy, late autumn morning yesterday.  On cloudy days with very little direct sunlight, I tend to gravitate toward rivers and streams as their reflective surfaces can serve as the "light" in the painting.  This painting is of the Walloomsac River in...

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