The Bridge of Flowers


This is a new oil, an 8 x 10 on black canvas  of The Bridge of Flowers in Shelbourne Falls, Mass.

Rensselaerville Grist Mill


From an old photo I've created a nocturne of the first Rensselaerville, NY grist mill. It originally had a water wheel, as can be seen in this image. Also, the dam is visible and the first bridge, a "thimble" trussed bridge, and in the foreground is the roof of the old sawmill and timber piled up on the bank.

I'm drawn to mills lately, grist mills, wind mills, and sugar mills from The Caribbean. It must be the combination of old functional technology and the attractive nature of these buildings. 

I'll paint more of this mill, but this is my first one. I hope you like it.

this is a 12 X 16 oil on canvas, $250 includes shipping.




Shady Spot



I found a shady spot enjoyed by several cattle. It's a small tree but casts enough of a shadow to offer confort on a hot day.

This is 12 X 9, oil on linen, with just a few additions to add when it dries a bit.




Beach at Oceanwind


This is a private beach in Newport, Rhode Island, a place I get to visit frequently. It's different every time, beautiful to observe as the sea and sky change. The beach is all stones, each polished and rounded from eons of washing and movement. It's not for sale, but a gift for a friend, and I just wanted to show it to you.

Beach at Oceanwind
acrylic on canvas, 12x24 inches

The Wreck at Beaver Tail Lighthouse


My latest painting of The Wreck at Beaver Tail Lighthouse

This lighthouse is a fun place to visit, especially on a day with high surf. It's at the south end of Jamestown, RI, at the west edge of the Newport Harbor entrance.

12x24 acrylic Unframed
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 $450 delivered



Sachuest Point Park / underway



Here is my view of Sachuest Point Park in Newport, RI, coming along nicely. I'm happy! There's a bench near the southern tip of the park and trail, on the east side, so this view is as one would be looking to the northeast.

It's a lovely place to walk, and the rocky coast offers many interesting vistas. I'll be making many more oil paintings from this park, both plain aire and studio pieces. 

24" x 12", oil on canvas 
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A Private Beach View


A fine start of a 12" by 24" oil of a private beach view, on the east side of Newport, RI. There's more to do once it dries, but I'm happy with this image.

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Carmita Sailing Yacht



Another classic yacht is here portrayed in beautiful nocturne colors. 

Just 7X9 inches, pastel on cotton paper
white mat for transport (12X16 standard size)

will require framing under glass 
as a 12x16 inch standard frame 
(frame not included)

$150 shipped, or local delivery

Mariquita Classic Sailing Yacht


The Mariquita (Ladybug), a classic racing yacht, from an old photo, now as a colorful pastel. A King's Cup champion, this 19 meter classic beauty is portrayed here in exaggerated late afternoon colors.

Just 7X9 inches, pastel on cotton paper
white mat for transport (12X16 standard size)

will require framing under glass 
as a 12x16 inch standard frame 
(frame not included)

$150 shipped, or local delivery


Castle Hill Lighthouse


As a nocturne we can see the red warning beacon of the Castle Hill Lighthouse, and being situated so close to the water, it's easy to imagine violent waves and tough weather along the rocky coast. 

This small pastel is available through the Sheldon Fine Art Gallery at Bowen's Wharf in Newport, RI.

Sachuest Point Park / Start


This is an underpainting and a good start for a view at Sachuest Point Park in Newport, RI. See above for the more developed image. There's a bench near the southern tip of the park and trail, on the east side, so this view is as one would be looking to the northeast.

It's a lovely place to walk, and the rocky coast offers many interesting vistas. I'll be making many more oil paintings from this park, both plain aire and studio pieces. 

I plan to add a few more details to this one, but will keep the existing color scheme. I'll make another similar painting with more green and natural colors, but I love this fall looking contrast of orange and blues. Perhaps the trees and grasses would turn this color after a hurricane sprays saltwater. I've seen that kind of salt burn along the coastal vegetation in North Carolina after a bad storm. It takes a while, but returns to green in time. 

24" x 12", oil on canvas 
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