As I'm writing this it's super cold outside and ice on the front porch. It must be the coldest day of the year we have had. So I decided to warm things up a bit with this painting above and below is a closeup shot of some figures on the beach in motion.
I'm excited to announce I'm in a new Gallery, the Third Coast Gallery at 2413 Mechanic Street in the Downtown Historic District of Galveston, Texas. The building itself dates back 1874 and has some wonderful architecture and a large exhibition area. I currently have three paintings there for directions click here.
Doing some landscape paintings and will go back and forth to seascapes. This little guy was the only calf in the field out and about plodding along minding his business when, wait, what's that, it's a people, hmmm interesting. I think the Arroyo Gold would work nicely with this painting.
This was a fun painting to paint. I always have fun doing surfing paintings. I just sit back and let the creative juices flow and the brush work do its thing. I also for the first time thought of adding something interesting that I don't think anyone has done before and that's to do prints of close ups of paintings. I suppose if it worked for other Renaissance paintings that have been greatly cropped from a huge canvas that it can work for a small painting also. So for the first time I will offer prints of crops I find interesting. I sized this particular one for 8x10 so it will fit any 8x10 frame.