Aloha

5×7″ Oil on canvas board

This is from oh, maybe a couple of months ago. I still have a bunch of these little ones, but I particularly like this one. Very beachy and peaceful.

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Windermere

12×12″ oil on canvas

I like the art deco-ish feel of these. Kind of stained glass also, no?

It doesn’t look anything like my recent portrait paintings, but that’s characteristic of the way I work. I jump around styles to keep from getting bored with painting.

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Harriet Tubman

Oil on Arches oil paper, 11×11″

Harriet Tubman as a young woman. Look at those eyes and the steely determination in her face. What a courageous woman.

Harriet Tubman: American Hero

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Gen. Sykes 2.0

10×10″ Oil on 140lb. watercolor paper

So this is another version of Gen. George Sykes, this time with a gold halo instead of a blue disc behind him. It’s also a bit larger than the last one. 

Sometimes I just want to try something a little different so I’ll do another version. I have two of Harriet Tubman I’m working on now. I’m not sure if the first one will see the light of day outside of my studio, it’s on the drying rack until it’s ready to proceed. The second one is nearly done and I’m really happy with it.

Continuing on with my American Hero series, several more are in the works.

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Sarah Winnemecca, American Hero

10×10″ Oil on watercolor paper

Back to my American Heroes series!

Sarah Winnemucca was an amazing woman at a time when women and Native Americans were given little respect. So much more than I can relate here. Try this link from the Nevada Women’s History Project for a good overview of her remarkable life.

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Big Bend National Park

As an artist with ADHD, I’ve finally decided it’s OK to work in different styles, although it’s something I’ve struggled with and beat myself up for most of my career. But this is me. So from now on you’ll see work in at least three different styles. Or more, if I start to get bored.

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Maj. Gen. George Sykes

Oil on unstretched canvas 9×9″

Maj. Gen. George Sykes 9×9″ oil on unstretched canvas

I haven’t done portraits for the last few years, and I was getting burned out with the dot paintings. I’ve been playing with this technique for the last couple of weeks and I really like it. I’m eager to try it with landscapes and other genres too.

I’m thinking of doing a portrait series on historical figures — what do you think?

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Radnorshire

Oil on canvas, 12×9″ $335.00 USD

Well, this is the second oil dot painting. I’m still very much figuring out these paints, but the results sure are pretty!

Speaking of figuring the paints out, it’s been at least a couple of weeks since I finished this, and although the paint is dry to the touch, it’s still a bit tacky, so not quite ready to ship yet. I used a mix of fast drying alkyd oils and conventional oils.

Tekakwitha and I both have a real fascination with the UK (and Irish) countryside, and the names of these paintings reflect that. Not that these are any sort of literal representation of the locations they’re named for. It’s more of just a feel and homage to these beautiful lands.

More UK inspired titles coming up!

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