Link regrowth

​This is one of a series of artworks that focus on scars on tree trunks. The light is warm, the forest is quiet the trauma is over. The tree’s old wounds are healed, although they will always be visible. One stump is even sprouting new growth.

Regrowth – 6×6 inches, oil on panel – $108 plus shipping and handling

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Link sentries

This is a doorway right in the little town where I live. Nice french doors that are impossible to open because of the trees stationed right outside. I think I’d rather have the trees than the ability to open the doors, and it seems like the shop owner feels the same way.

Sentries – 6×6 oil on canvas panel – SOLD

Link Vanderpool View

Out in the Texas hill country there is a post office and general store that seem to make up the town of Vanderpool, which is very close to Lost Maples state park. This is a favorite part of the state to visit. It’s remote enough that television and cellular reception is patchy to non-existant, so it is a wonderful place to go to enjoy some quiet time.

Vanderpool View – 6×6 inch oil on panel – $60 plus shipping and handling

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Link Penn Farm

There is a state park very near my home. In addition to a lake and some rare natural prairie land, the park also preserves one of the last working farms in the area, including the home and many outbuildings. This is one of the many small barns still on the property, seen in the light of a cool winter setting sun.

Penn Farm, 6×6 oil on panel, $60 plus shipping

Link Kilgore Alley

I loved the geometric shapes of the buildings, the tangle of shadows, and the way the utility lines broke up the intensely colored sky. This alley in Kilgore, Texas clearly needed to be painted.

Kilgore Alley – 6×6 oil on canvas panel – SOLD

Link Tangle

Oh, my, another moody fall landscape. Fall is my favorite season for many reasons. When it comes to painting, I love the very subtle variations of grays and tans that are characteristic of the season where I live. The very brief display of bright color is followed by a long, quiet, mellow period of rest. The actual scene was not far outside of Cedar Hill, Texas.

Tangle – 6×6 oil on panel – $60 plus shipping

 

Link Paluxy Banks

This is the Paluxy river in one of its sweet moods. When the water is low, like it was on this day last summer, you can see dinosaur tracks in the riverbed. Maybe I should have painted a T Rex back there in the distance.

Paluxy Banks, 6×6 oil on canvas panel – $60 plus shipping

 

Link High Summer

In early summer, everything is green, green green. As summer begins to move towards autumn, there is more variety in the grasses and leaves as they begin to fade to tired grays, mauves, and tans. Over at the Cedar Hill State Park, where I found this scene, there are also many white and yellow wildflowers in the fall.

High Summer – 6×6 inch oil on panel, $60 plus shipping

 

Link Sun’s Promise

There’s a walled garden at the Dallas Arboretum that is one of my favorites. In the very early spring, the climbing roses have a few red leaves left from autumn along with the new emerging bright green ones. I love the shadows on the white walls.

 
oil on canvas panel, 6×6 inches – SOLD

Daingerfield Pines

 

This is an east Texas landscape, where the pines grow tall. This painting was inspired in the forests out by Daingerfield. They really do show many colors other than green.

Daingerfield Pines – 6×6 oil on canvas panel – SOLD