There was a heavy cloud in the foreground as I stood on the beach, and bright stripes of sunlight farther out to sea. Colors in the ocean are all about what the sky is doing, and I love when it takes a dramatic turn.
When winter comes to Florida, I get that urge to go to the Everglades. Sometimes I get really lucky and get a picture like this. I love Spoonbills, with their luscious pink plumage and their comical faces.
This is a high-quality giclee print on archival canvas, from an original oil painting.
I'm always painting seascapes, but I like this one where the water is secondary and the dunes and palms are prominent. I'm so lucky to live by the beach.
This painting is sold, but I am offering giclee prints on stretched canvas in my Etsy Shop. Various sizes are available. The prints are on archival canvas and very difficult to tell from an original oil painting.
This is how the St Johns River looked after Hurricane Irma. The river
rose to such a high level that the airboat we were in could go to places
that were usually inaccessible. This is a 9x12 original oil painting,
signed and ready to frame.
I am having a sale in my Etsy shop, and I want to use words like "HUGE," "PRICES SLASHED," and "NOT SOLD IN ANY STORES," but all you really need to hear is the magical: "FREE SHIPPING." Those are the words that always make me jump to attention. Not only that, but I am discounting all original art 20%.
The sale starts November 20th and ends December 20th. Just remember 20-20-20, the dates and 20%. These are one-of-a-kind paintings and you can shop in your jammies and avoid the crowds.
was driving with my daughters on a back road near Ocala, Florida when I
saw this scene. It was so peaceful, and the hanging moss gave it even
more of an air of serenity. Some of the best horses in the world are
bred in Florida's horse country.
decided I wanted to just paint clouds. When I was done it looked like
it needed something more, so I added hot air balloons to punch it up.
I'm happy with the result, but I think the balloonists had better head
home, because the weather doesn't look so good.
Elbow Cay in the Abacos Islands is spectacularly beautiful. Scenes like this are common, and even the pastel-colored houses and electric brightness of the bougainvillea are breathtaking. I could happily spend a lot of time there. Another plus is: no cars. You can go everywhere in a golf cart. To top it off, the food is delicious. Elbow Cay is a little jewel of an island.