Here, quickly, are some of the recent larger landscape paintings I’ve been working on. A couple are plein air landscape paintings, the others were done in the studio.
These are off to Sag Harbor for my solo show at the Grenning Gallery in late June.
The portrait of Tina under an olive tree will be in the show, as well as a number of small and medium-sized plein air pieces from the last year.
I spent much of the winter on the painting below but I can’t figure out how to resolve it. I hate abandoning large pieces after months of work, but sometimes artists have to cut their losses.
I have a few more larger pieces on the burner which I’ll add soon.