I just finished this painting of a Korean vegetable market. Many years ago I painted this in watercolor. Exploring it in oil has been a more forgiving process.
This image (actual size 5″x6″) is the spontaneous study I did for the Korean Market painting. It’s always interesting to see the color mixes that happen quickly in these little studies.
for 30×40 commission of London’s Chinatown.
Turtle Patrol brought this little loggerhead to the water’s edge this morning.
It’s always a gift to see a sunrise like this.
When my friend Gail Lee was traveling in Viet Nam 20 years ago, she captured a remarkable market scene. I painted the scene in watercolor years ago and just finished this rendering in oil.
This is my interpretation of a photo I took last summer. The sunrise itself was beautiful but the reflection it cast on the clouds was incredible.
In this early morning shot, my daughter captured a mysterious full moon peering through San Francisco’s towers.
Years ago I passed by a small shop in Vermont that had the most artful window display. The image played in my mind for years until last fall, when I was finally ready to paint it.
In this intriguing photo, my daughter captured San Francisco coming to life just before dawn.
My daughter captured another striking scene, this time the Bay Bridge cast against a band of white cloud and a deep indigo sky. It will make an interesting painting.