12×24″ acrylic– I have been enjoying the June Gloom– In this part of California we live in a cloud for much of the month. Although it’s not the sunny and bright start to summer one imagines, it keeps things moist, cool and mysterious this season and these dune flowers get to bloom for a bit longer.
24×30″ acryic– This was commissioned by a friend for an anniversary present of the place where he and his wife fell in love. It was a fun place to paint, enjoy a warm drink and speculate about the future of other young couples I saw there.
Acrylic on Canvas 12×24″– A nice misty morning at Miramar beach… “grey” is just a word we use for a subtle color that doesn’t have a name yet.
I ran out of panels at the end of the trip and had to improvise… I think maybe beer box cardboard is the canvas of the future. I was honored to paint near the canvas of the past… stone walls where Chumash artists painted maps with dolphins and bears long ago.