Flowers are just a a symphony of color and light. They are so temporary--a bloom on a flowering tree lasting just a few days before dropping petals, and yet each year, the dependable trees produce the same beautiful blossoms. I paint flowers to prolong my enjoyment of them. If a camera can capture a moment in time, my process of painting allows me to study the nuances of the form over an extended period of time.
12 x 12 oil on linen panel, framed with black plein-air wood frame 600.
Pollinators, Wild Asters
16 x 20 oil on linen panel framed, 1400.
18 x 24 gallerywrap canvas, unframed, painted edges 1200.
Lenten Rose (Hellebore)
18 x 24 oil on gallery wrap canvas, 1500.
11 x 14 oil on canvas, framed with black plein-air style frame. 550.
I love how this plant adds color to my late summer garden. 20 x 20 oil on gallerywrap canvas 1500.
Orange Daylily II
I love the way the sun filters through these orange petals. 16 x 20 oil on canvas 1200.
12 x 24 oil on gallery wrap canvas $1200.
11 x 14 oil on canvas, framed SOLD
15 x 36 oil on gallery wrap canvas 1900.
11 x 14 oil on canvas, framed $500.
Pink Magnolia Branch
18 x 24 oil on gallery wrap canvas 1600.
18 x 24 oil on gallery wrap canvas $1600.