Plein Air Paintings

These are all done in oil on prepared paper, approximately 4 x 6″.

Ruskin's View in the Lake District CopyRuskin’s View in the Lake District

Lake District HillsideLake District Hillside

Lake District PastureLake District Pasture

View from Ruskin's House in the Lake DistrictView from Ruskin’s House in the Lake District

Rainstorm Arnisdale ScotlandRainstorm Arnisdale Scotland

Loch Hourn ScotlandLoch Hourn Scotland

Hills Across Loch Hourn ScotlandHills Across Loch Hourn Scotland

Arnisdale Cottage ScotlandArnisdale Cottage Scotland

Franciscan Church SalzburgFranciscan Church Salzburg

Hohensalzburg Fortress SalzburgHohensalzburg Fortress Salzburg

Stift Nonberg Abbey SalzbergStift Nonberg Abbey Salzberg

Monzee Lake AustriaMonzee Lake Austria

Vanalhaven Maine RocksVanalhaven Maine Rocks

Published in: on June 19, 2019 at 1:46 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. Your plein air paintings (on my computer screen, no less) provoke the tranquilizing effects reminiscent of experiences in Alaska’s remote wilderness. My logical side rejects the notion that an artistic distillation could be as effective as reality. Yet, that side does not win. Expanding accessibility to beauty, nature, and abstraction is the artist’s gift. I cannot, on a whim, go back to the remote places I cherish. Your art, on the other hand, awakens buried memories and reaches many who cannot experience the uplifting glacial corners of Alaska–my heartland–or Scotland. Thank you, Maud.

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