On Display A Study of Clouds and Other Works
December 6, 2014 – 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Plein Air Painting Study of CloudsIn New England there is a saying, “if you don’t like the weather, wait awhile, it will change!” And, that is so true. As an en plein air landscape painter I am out in the weather all day. In a day, I may experience stormy cloud accumulation at mid morning and bright sunshine in the afternoon.¬† This past summer I became fascinated with the cloud patterns, growing storms over the marshlands and light and shadows that the clouds reflected on the land. Cloud patterns and shadows became a serious study for me and at the close of this year I am struck by the number of paintings of clouds. It’s an endless fascination to me.

If you are in the vicinity of Lorwen Paintings Gallery in Kittery, Maine stop by the gallery this weekend. I’ve had a very productive year painting and have enjoyed incorporating some new techniques. Plus, I will have several paintings marked for clearance. Click here for to get directions.

Knowing When to Stop
Each stroke in this painting carries emotion and power. My painting style is loose and spontaneou[more]
Translucent Light
The translucent light in this studio still life  is captured in the purple asters and the clear gla[more]
Capturing the Mystery of Morning Light
Looking at the mystery of the morning light helped me compose this brightly lit painting. I w[more]
Plein Air Painting
As the tide was receding at Rocky Neck Art Village in Gloucester, MA, I was struck by the pink stucc[more]