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The Way East, Breath of Iceland

The Way East, Breath of Iceland

Driving east on the way to Fludir to visit the thermal "secret lagoon".
Acrylic, watercolor on Arches.
24" H x 20" W
$750.00    
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The Way East, Breath of Iceland II

The Way East, Breath of Iceland II

A farm on the road to Fludir, a thermal lagoon. Acrylic, gouache on Arches
20.5" H x 29" W
$650.00    
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Bryggen

Bryggen

Bergen, Norway, a medieval wharf with colorful Hanseatic League wooden commercial buildings. This view is from a high street above and behind the wharf.
Watercolor and gouache on Arches.
20" H x 24" W
$750.00    
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Homage: Frank Stella, "Chocorua IV" 1966

Homage: Frank Stella, "Chocorua IV" 1966

A barn near Lunenburg, Nova Scotia pairs well, I think,
with Frank Stella's graphic, hard-edged color.
Acrylic, gouache, watercolor on Fabriano.
18" H x 24" W
$750.00    
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We The People

We The People

Inspired by Richard Diebenkorn and with thanks to Shepard Fairey.
Watercolor on Fabriano.
20" H x 24" W

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The Old Town, Tucson

The Old Town, Tucson

Colors, shapes and shadows rendered in stark relief by an unrelenting sun.
Acrylic and watercolor on Fabriano.
20" H x 16" W

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Looking Seaward #1, Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia

Looking Seaward #1, Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia

Early evening light, a fish shack in the tiny village of Blue Rocks. Gouache and watercolor on Arches.
15" H x 12" W
$275.00    
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Looking Seaward #2

Looking Seaward #2

The same scene in different light.
Gouache and watercolor on Arches.
15" H x 12" W

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Winter Afternoon, Northern California

Winter Afternoon, Northern California

A sere landscape of dry grasses and pale colors.
Acrylic and gouache on Fabriano mounted to board.
16" H x 20" W

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Homage: Stuart Davis, "Composition"

Homage: Stuart Davis, "Composition"

This work painted in admiration of the wonderful Stuart Davis retrospective at The National Gallery. "Composition" is in the Smithsonian American Art collection and the row house is in Halifax, NS. Watercolor and gouache on 300# Arches.
16.25" H x 17" W
$750.00    
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Haifax, South Street

Haifax, South Street

A study in geometry and texture, sunlight and shadow in an old neighborhood. Acrylic on 300# Arches.
26" H x 18.5" W

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Homage: Morris Louis, Gamma Sigma 1960

Homage: Morris Louis, Gamma Sigma 1960

One of the great color field painters of the Washington school, I've paired this work with a barn near Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
Gouache and watercolor on Arches.
13" H x 16.25" W

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Fish Shack, Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia

Fish Shack, Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia

Blue Rocks, a tiny self-sustaining fishing village near Lunenburg.
Acrylic, gouache and watercolor on Arches.
24" H x 20" W

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Crimson and Blue, Near LaHave, Nova Scotia

Crimson and Blue, Near LaHave, Nova Scotia

The painting on the barn doors is after Kenneth Noland's "Circle" paintings.
Gouache and watercolor on Arches.
20" H x 24" W

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Plow

Plow

A timepiece which still speaks to us from another era.
Acrylic, gouache, watercolor on Arches.
16" H x 20" W

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Gray and Rust #2

Gray and Rust #2

An iconic grain elevator in Carlton, Oregon and maybe an American Gothic.
Acrylic, gouache and watercolor on Arches.
18" H x 24" W

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Homage: Jack Bush, "Big A"

Homage: Jack Bush, "Big A"

An homage to one of the leading Canadian color field painters. I'm using a favorite barn in Ellsworth, Maine. acrylic, gouache, watercolor on Arches
13.5" H x 18" W

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Homage: Kenneth Noland, Bridge 1964

Homage: Kenneth Noland, Bridge 1964

A founding member of the Washington School , Noland favored shaped canvases, particularly triangles and circles. This house is near Sedgwick, Maine. Acrylic, gouache, watercolor on Arches.
16.5" H x 12" W

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Yellow and Black, Sedgewick, Maine

Yellow and Black, Sedgewick, Maine

Once a home, now empty, yet still with traces of it's past life. Acrylic, gouache and watercolor on Arches.
20" H x 15" W

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Homage: Ellsworth Kelly, Yellow Orange

Homage: Ellsworth Kelly, Yellow Orange

Another weathered barn in my geometric color field series, this one in Flye Point, Maine. Acrylic, gouache, watercolor on Arches.
11" H x 14" W

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Red and Green #2, Belfast, Maine

Red and Green #2, Belfast, Maine

Continuing the exploration of geometric form. Gouache and watercolor on Arches.
13" H x 18" W

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Homage: Josef Albers, Study for Homage to the Square

Homage: Josef Albers, Study for Homage to the Square

This intricate barn in Brooksville, Maine seems to share common geometric ground with Albers.
Gouache and watercolor on Arches.
12" H x 14.5" W

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Homage: Alice Trumbull Mason, Untitled 1967

Homage: Alice Trumbull Mason, Untitled 1967

Descended from the American painter John Trumbull, Mason painted in a non-objective abstract style almost her entire career. Her work fits quite nicely with this barn in Deer Isle, Maine. Acrylic, gouache and watercolor on Arches.
15.5" H x 12.5" W

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Homage: Ellsworth Kelly, Spectrum IV

Homage: Ellsworth Kelly, Spectrum IV

Kelly's geometric color field painting seems very much in unison with the vernacular architecture of rural Maine. Acrylic, gouache and watercolor on Arches.
14.75" H x 11.75" W

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Red and Green, Ellsworth, maine

Red and Green, Ellsworth, maine

A Maine barn with a rich and well worn patina.
Gouache and watercolor on Arches.
11.5" H x 15.5" W
$1100.00    
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Early Winter, Cape Breton

Early Winter, Cape Breton

Showing its character and age, this barn has weathered many harsh Canadian winters. Gouache and watercolor on Arches.
13" H x 16" W

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Looking Out to Sea, Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia

Looking Out to Sea, Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia

Dramatic light and clouds illuminate this small and beautiful fishing village on the south coast of Nova Scotia. Pastel and gouache on board.
26" H x 18.5" W
$850.00    
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Lobster Shacks, Prince Edward Island

Lobster Shacks, Prince Edward Island

Uniform and with a simple formality these structures complement the moody and overcast skies.
Pastel and gouache on board,
24" H x 18" W
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The Coast at Port Clyde

The Coast at Port Clyde

The sun is just setting along the coast at Port Clyde, Maine, the village from where one takes a ferry to Monhegan Island.
Pastel on board.
18" H x 24" W

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Being in Bruges

Being in Bruges

Once a powerful center of trade, now silence and shadows inhabit this medieval city of canals in Belgium.
Pastel on La Carte stock
Available at Davis and Company Fine Art, Spring, TX
20" H x 16" W
SOLD

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