Memorial Day weekend I spent a couple days rock scrambling, bushwacking and wading through the lower Sespe gorge with a really fun group of hikers. It is a gorgeous gorge, to say the least. So nice to know that there is still a river that remote and wild in Southern California. These paintings are all 8×10 in casein. Click to Bid
If you go down to check out I Madonarri this weekend, it is a short walk over to the Art Along the Creek show sponsored by SCAPE.
Acrylic on Panel 9×20″ The view is striking here from the tallest beach cliffs in town. Notice the manly pink backpack which I wear proudly to carry my painting gear around… all the fathers of girls will empathize. Buy on Paintworks
Casein on Panel 12×12″
The raindrops started falling as I was adding the finishing touches to this view of Devereux Slough. So nice to get a little water falling from the sky!
Here are a few new paintings. I haven’t used acrylics in a while, but I’m recognizing I might want to bring them out again when I want to work larger. (The quick drying of the casein limits the scale I can create.) Can you tell which painting is in the different media?
Cold Springs Trail Boulder 8×10″
Sands Beach 12×12″
Tucker’s Grove Trail 12×12″
Not much to say about this one except that I like stacking rocks… Is it a landscape or a still life?
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