Category Archives: Plein air painting
Happy New Year! A lot of news for the website. I will now be offering selected small works for sale directly on the website. I have included a link at the bottom of the page. Please be sure to check … Continue reading
It is not snowing yet where I am in North Carolina but I am looking forward to it. Here are some quickie snow paintings I completed in the studio as I look forward to snow days to come.
Here is a link to an article on the upcoming workshop. http://www.mdjonline.com/neighbor_newspapers/south_metro/community/local-artist-to-host-outdoor-workshop-in-mcdonough/article_339d19ce-f6b9-11e5-98f7-f7de0b4912b9.html
This past weekend, my interest in colonial history and William Bartram took me to the site of Fort King George, near Darien, Ga. The bluff overlooking the Altamaha River was once a Spanish Mission and later a British Fort. Oglethorpe … Continue reading
As I am researching for an upcoming plein air back packing trip I ran across this interesting article from outdoorpainter.com. Don’t worry, I intend to post my experiences combining plein air painting with backpacking. http://www.outdoorpainter.com/artist-profiles/artist-profile-mark-boyle-backpacking-painter.html Artist Profile: Mark Boyle, … Continue reading
Over the past year I have been researching and following the trail of the 18th century naturalist and explorer William Bartram. Here are some of the recent plein air paintings following Bartram’s path through Georgia. … Continue reading
Saturday morning I head out long before sunrise. My quest is a part of the Bartram trail running through Clayton Georgia in the North East corner of the state. In Atlanta it is still raining but the forecast for Clayton … Continue reading
A curious bear interrupts an artist’s plein air painting. Pretty country.