Landscape Paintings

En Plein Air and Studio Paintings of Vermont and Beyond

“Post Winter Blues”

March 21, 2014 - "Post Winter Blues", 7" x 10" matted and mounted to a standard size of 11" x 14" Another winter-looking landscape for the first full day of spring. But, with a blue cast. The clouds in the sky, the distant and close mountains all had a blue-gray cast...

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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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“Tinkham Road Farm”

 Scene of a farm on Tinkham Road, in Shaftsbury, Vermont, done "en plein air" on a bright and crisp October morning. This is just the kind of scene that appeals to my visual sense of light and allows me to apply expressive contrasts of value, color and temperature....

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