Seascapes

  • View of Canon Beach24"X24" One of my favorite locations to paint this time I wanted to focus on a different view of the beach. Instead of focusing on the ocean I painted a view towards the houses that overlook the beach.
  • Cape Flattery Oil on Canvas, 20”x16” The Beauty of the most northwest point in the continental United States is captured with both brushes and painting knives.
  •  Driftwood on Ruby BeachOil on Canvas, 45”x15” As the morning light illuminates the sea stacks the beach is still covered in darkness. Waves crash between the pieces of driftwood that litter the beach.
  • Sea StacksOil on Canvas 24"X12"" I will never tire of painting sea stacks. The motion of everything else around the stationary rocks will continue to be one of my favorite subjects indefinitely.
  • Sea Stacks 2Oil on Canvas 18" x 14" Recently it seems one of my favorite subjects is to paint is Cannon Beach in Oregon. These rock formations are a short walk south of the famous monolith Haystack rock.
  • Tidepools at Cannon BeachOil on Canvas 48"X24" A closer view of the tide pools at Cannon Beach reveals starfish and mussels. A scene like this must be enjoyed quickly before it is hidden by the ocean again.
  • Deception TidepoolsOil on Canvas, 24”x12” Water swirls around as the waves fill the shallow pools in this beautiful Washington State park.
  • Coastal FogOil on Canvas, 30”x48” Morning fog rolls over the coast partially hiding the landscape. Faint color slowly replaces the clouds on this otherwise gloomy morning.
  • Cape Flattery 2Oil on Canvas, 16"X20” The Beauty of the most northwest point in the continental United States is captured with both brushes and painting knives.
  • Oregon Tide PoolsOil on Canvas 18" x 14" To experience Cannon Beach at low tide is to witness which is usually hidden from human eyes. This is an alla prima piece finished in one session.
  • Oregon Tide Pools 2Oil on Canvas 16" x 20" A closer view of the tide pools at Cannon Beach reveals starfish and mussels. A scene like this must be enjoyed quickly before it is hidden by the ocean again.
  • Coastal Fog 2Oil on Canvas, 20"X16” A thick fog blankets the coast partially hiding various sea stacks.
  • Ruby BeachOil on Canvas, 24”x36” The forest and beach wait for the morning sun that has already illuminated the sea stacks to reach the shore.
  • Stream Merging in OceanOil on Canvas, 20”x16” A small stream finally finds its way to the great Pacific ocean. This view is of Cannon Beach just south of Haystack Rock.
  • Sea Stacks at Cannon BeachOil on Canvas 24" x 36" A stormy day is my inspiration for this piece. My main focus was the movement of the clouds, seagulls and waves around the stationary sea stacks.
  • View From the Beach"View of Cannon Beach" One of my favorite locations to paint this time I wanted to focus on a different view of the beach. Instead of focusing on the ocean I painted a view towards the houses that overlook the beach.
View of Canon Beach1 Cape Flattery2  Driftwood on Ruby Beach3 Sea Stacks4 Sea Stacks 25 Tidepools at Cannon Beach6 Deception Tidepools7 Coastal Fog8 Cape Flattery 29 Oregon Tide Pools10 Oregon Tide Pools 211 Coastal Fog 212 Ruby Beach13 Stream Merging in Ocean14 Sea Stacks at Cannon Beach15 View From the Beach16

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