Category Archives: Landscape
“Beyond the Fields”
Hot off the easel! “Beyond the Fields” the 8×10″ Canvas Board
I have primary sold my work locally. I’m officially starting to sell my work online at the Daily Paintworks, an Online Gallery, I especially like the artists who are represented there.
Hot off the easel! “Prairie Fields” 8×10″ Canvas Board Dreaming about beautiful sunny days, and freezing my behind!
This is reality! 😀
“Frosted Wheats #2” WIP 01
I felt like doing another painting of snow covered hay bales, and make it bigger but still small. I’m gettting warmed up right now from after my hiatus, and that makes it time for exploration. This way I can do more quicker.
“Frosted Flakes #2″ 8×10” Canvas Board
Plein Air on the Big Sioux
Next “Valley at Enemy Creek” WIP01
I want to do another version of “Valley of Enemy Creek” It was one of my best projects and I want to be able to exhibit the work.
I started again with a study because I might as well make some adjustments to the composition, since it doesn’t need to be exactly as it is in real life.
Mainly I move the tree to the right, and changed the direction of the water in the foreground. The first painting I did is in recent posts.
The study is 9×12″ and the final will probably be 18×24″.
Frost Fest Plein Air (Part 2)
Acrylic on canvas board 8″x10″
This weekend we had a Frost Festival in our town which included a Plein Air event. It was a bit gloomy but we still had snow on the ground.
My daughter and I painted with artists in our area, inside the club house at the Dakota Nature Park, where we had a nice view of frozen ponds and bridges to paint our pictures. It was a fun day for all of us! We got our paintings done before lunch and met everyone for BBQ.
This is by Liz Bezesky, watercolor on yupo paper.
Frost Fest Plein Air (Part 1)
I went to our Nature Park to do a little plein air watercolor painting. I wanted to steak out the locations for our Frost Fest Plein Air Outing this weekend. I will probably do an acrylic painting on Saturday. It will be nice this weekend too, but hopefully the snow won’t be all melted.
5″x8″ moleskin watercolor sketchbook.
Thunderhead Over Rolling Plains
It’s a good day to remember summer days. Tomorrow we will have a high of -7. I think will paint a snow scene next though. I won’t be painting it outside!
Thunderhead Over Rolling Plains, 12″x24″ stretched canvas.
Valley of Enemy Creek (WIP03) Final
“Valley of Enemy Creek” 30″x48″ Stretched Canvas
Although I will probably see little touches of strokes I want to add, I am finished, fin! Although I need to sign and paint the gallery edges which are 1.5″ depth.
Time to open a bottle of wine! Cheers!