Tuesday, January 31, 2012


Glad to announce that I was accepted to the Glynn Art Paint Out this April. The event takes place on St. Simons Island, GA just south of my old stomping ground, Savannah.

The event will begin Tuesday, April 17 and culminate in a sale and reception Saturday evening. This is my first plain air paint out event and I am nervous and excited. I will be coming in on the heels of painting in that area three weeks prior and then 7 days in the cloud forests of Costa Rice, needless to say, I should be primed and ready!

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Merry Merry

I have a boatload of commission I did for people over the holiday, and now the cat is out of the bag. I painted this piece for a client whose husband collects tractors. This is his favorite, a gas powered Farmall Super M. Easily my favorite tractor as well, a true beast. This one was aged just right and still put to use. This tractor was his uncles and the tractor he learned to drive on.

Super M, 30"x40", oil on museum wrap, SOLD

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Early Autumn Trail, NFS

Early Autumn Trail, 16"x20", oil on panel, Currently NFS
Dug back into some old photo reference from early this fall. We had taken a trip to Crossville, TN. Got some great shots, just have yet to put them to work!

This pice is currently not for sale, I plan on entering it into some Oil Painters of America stuff coming up.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

SOLD Farmall, Revisited

SOLD FarmAll Revisited, 24"x30", oil on museum wrap
Did this commission for a new client here in town, very excited about having a new one with great taste in tractors and old trucks.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Super M

Super M, 20"x24", oil on museum wrap, $1000
Have plenty more FarmAll Super M references, glad to have replenished my supply for the year.

Toccoa River

Toccoa River Bend, 11"x14", oil on RayMar panel, $400, plein air
Did this piece from the bank of the river of out mountain rental, Nannie's Shanty. Did have time to paint the downstream view.

Friday, January 20, 2012

Side Lit Barn

Side Lit Barn, 11"x14", oil on RayMar panel, $400, plein air
Location number 2 in the North Georgia Mountains.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Mineral Bluff Pass

Mineral Bluff Pass, 11"x14", oil on RayMar panel, $400, plein air
Had to edit some hefty power lines out of this one, but she worked out pretty well. Thanks to my buddy, Jeff, who drove me around this morning showing me all the cool places he thought I should paint while up here in the Blue Ridge, GA area.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Winter Field

Winter Field, 11"x14", oil on RayMar panel, $400, plein air
Did this the same day as the previos entry, little field was just to me right from the other view.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012


Neighbors, 11"x14", oil on RayMar panel, $400, plein air
Found this little field and a honey hole of structures behind my mother in laws house in Paris, TN. This was actually done Christmas eve.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Chair in Autumn Field Revisited

Chair in Autumn Field, 24"x30", oil on gallery wrap, $1200
Sometimes I wish I hadn't painting something when I knew nothing... thus the revisit. I painted this chair when I was still goofing around with no idea what I was doing... in acrylic much less. I love to go back and resurrect those old images with what I have leaned over the past few years.

Latest Gallery Drop off

If you are in the downtown Newnan area, make sure you swing by the Flint Gallery of Panoply to see my latest. All work will be up for a short period before they are rotated out. See them while you can! My last installment sold out pretty quickly!

Chair in Autumn Field, 24"x30", oil on museum wrap, $1200

Freightliner, 30"x40", oil on museum wrap, $2500

Tivoli, 24"x30", oil on museum wrap, $1200

Afternoon GraZe, 24"x20", oil on museum wrap, $1000

Meriwether Morning, 16"x20", framed, $800

Monday, January 2, 2012

SOLD Along the Fence, Revisited

Along the Fence, 16"x20", oil on RayMar panel, SOLD
This was commissioned by the original designer that commissioned the original. I normally don't do that, but it is the least I can do.