Tag Archives: desert

Liquid Land

I never know when inspiration will strike. Last night I had no intention of working. Not tired enough to sleep, nor wanting to read or watch the boob tube, I found myself fooling around with color. One thing lead to … Continue reading

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High Cloud Desert

This piece is from my backlog that I started working on again. Although this started as a pusher, I’ve done so much brush work on it that I’m calling it a landscape instead of an abstract landscape. Prints available through … Continue reading

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Painting Cracked Earth

This is one of those pieces that sat on the back burner for awhile.  The original concept work was done several months ago.  In many ways this is a very straight forward painting of dried and cracked earth. The question … Continue reading

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Dunes At Sunset

I do have an affinity for desert scenes.  There is a certain purity to be found in a seemingly lifeless desert. Wind, shifting sands, features that change on an almost daily basis’s.  Having seen more than a few shows on … Continue reading

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Taupe Dunes

Another of my experimental pieces done in same manner as Melted Landscape, large blocks of color and then push them around until something starts to take shape. As before I used a fairly small palette of color. Taupe Dunes is … Continue reading

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