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.