Month: May 2016

Finish Up Smaller Work

I’ve been a little slow to update the behind the scenes installment from the past week, but better late than never. Feeling the need to make a little room in my crowded work space, here are a few smaller pieces being finished up recently.   Quite a change from the recent 30in x 40in collection, and […]

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Sepia Raptors This Week

Several new large paintings (30in x 40in) are on my drafting table this week in sepia watercolor stage.  This is a striking Saker-Gyr that I was able to see while up in Ontario earlier this year visiting Falconers and Raptor Sanctuaries in the Toronto area.  Thank you to Falconer Steven for giving me the opportunity […]

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Beginning Paintings for the Latham Show in NC

With the upcoming feature exhibition in North Carolina this Fall at Seaside Art Gallery, I’m in the process of planning out quite a few paintings for my part of the collection (Karen and Bonnie will be showing as well).  I am so looking forward to returning to the OBX.  This painting of a pair of […]

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