Seascape Paintings Hanging in the Gardner Colby Gallery, Naples
From the Left Aqua I | 30×30 | Oil Encaustic Sand Dune Bay | 48×48 | Oil Aqua III | 36×36 | Oil Mini Abstract Ocean Diptych | 8×16 | Oil For further information on any of these paintings contact Nancy or Pamela at Gardner Colby Galleries Artist Notes Living on the east coast of the United States I look out on the Atlantic Ocean and I’m challenged as an artist to capture its vastness. The stillness and peace of
Seascape Series Exhibiting at Gardner Colby Gallery
View a selection of paintings from the seascape series at Gardner Colby Gallery or visit the website at www.gardnercolbygallery.com
52″ X 66″ | Mixed Media | Oil and Oil Pastel on Canvas | CJK This studio painting was inspired by small plein oil painting. The spontaneity and aliveness is hard to sometimes recreate in the studio and in a large scale — but this one has lots of energy. Here is the painting again – this time outside – just to give a sense of the proportions!
Wishing everyone a very special 2014!
Water is a universal symbol of change and as we mark the end of one year and the beginning of another it seems fitting to share new works from my Seascape series with you. Symbolically the ocean is a sign of power and strength, due to its immensity. A New Year marks change and optimism and watching the great power of the ocean and its weather fronts is much like having a front row seat at the theater. Capturing these special moments are
Coastal living provides is a constant source of inspiration here are two large works just finished – Small mini seascape studies available at Fairfax Framing Establishment. These look fantastic displayed as a vertical or horizontal series.
Two Part Harmony
Two Part Harmony | 30″ x 60″ | Oil Recent Painting of surf, two panels hung as a diptych. Oil and wax paintings on Ampersand Panels. (30″ x 30″) (30″ x 30″) Below more paintings from the Seascape Series –
Fairfax Gallery, Jacksonville
Nor’Easter | 5″ x 7″ | Oil | Featured Painting Fairfax Gallery and Framing establishment are representing my paintings – Here is a small preview of some of the paintings exhibiting Beach Storm | 6″ x 6″ | Oil Mist Light | 8″ x 10″ | Oil T-Storm | 10″ x 8″ | Oil Low Tide | 36″ x 36″ | Oil Nor’easter | 5″ x 7″ | Oil Coastal Tide | 36″ x 36″ | Oil
Summer and 100°F in the shade
Featured Painting | Low Tide | 36″ x 36″ | Oil Encaustic | Seascape Series See more new paintings from the Landscape/ Seascape Series. Getting to the beach and marsh early morning is the only way to beat the heat. Then back to the cool of the studio. Marsh Wetland | 24″ x 24″ | Oil Encaustic | Landscape Series The afternoon’s bring storm fronts and rain providing a real contrast in light, mood and welcome drop in temps
48″ x 48″ | Oil Encaustic | In my new home I haven’t been blogging for a while as I was traveling in Ireland and when my husband and I returned to the USA we closed on a new home. Yea… more space to create paintings. Inspiration all around as we are moving near the beach, inter coastal and marsh all subjects I love to paint. Figurative work still pushes and challenges my painting so of course that’s a ”
Across the Pond
“Tide Pool” 12″ x 12″ | Oil Encaustic on Board | CJK-Studio Getting ready to head across the pond, but before I do you have the chance to see some of the seascapes exhibiting at the Worley Faver Gallery in St. Augustine this Friday at Artwalk. While… in UK and Ireland folks can reach me on my UK cell. I will be in the hills of Donegal but should still be able to get a cell phone reception! US friends