On this rare warm day in an otherwise cold January, I stopped by this twisting arbutus tree in the ephemeral dusky light on the way down from the top of Bear Hill.
This painting is part of the Spectrum show at Gage Gallery, on until April 20.
The original 24×30″ painting be purchased until then at the gallery, or in the online store here.
There are patterns in the sand, the clouds, the mountains and the water everywhere at Rathtrevor Beach, ebbing and flowing for an eternity before I arrived, and another after I departed.
The original 24×48″ painting has sold, but prints on canvas are available here, or on paper here.
This painting was inspired by the sunset after a long day of exploring the beach, walking the trails, and watching our children play and make sand castles with newfound friends in the middle of a seemingly endless summer.
This painting is part of the Spectrum show at Gage Gallery, April 2-20, 2019.
The original 10×20″ painting is available here.
The welcome and warm colours of this sunrise almost made me forget how chilly it was at Clover Point on this February morning.
The original 30×40″ acrylic on canvas painting is available for purchase here.
October brings a long twilight and plenty of time to take in the sunset. The warm and cool colours reflect the time of year as the warm summer comes to a close; and the time of day too, as the cool night returns too soon at the end of the day.
The original painting is currently displayed at Goward House until March 28 2019, and is available for purchase there, or online here.