These plein air landscapes were done in one morning. The Susquehanna River always seems to have wonderful something to offer. They became part of the summer show at New Century Artists, Inc. Gallery in New York City.
This painting was inspired by the calm, rural views in Elk County Pennsylvania and was captured as fog lifted from the Allegheny Mountains. It is one of 3 paintings featured in the "Bound by F" group show in New York City, New Century Artists, Inc. through July 5, 2014. For further information:
In earlier blog posts, I have shown several of my paintings from an artist trip to Italy. The paintings posted are two of 18 paintings which will be part of a 5-Artist Invitational Show at the Art Association of Harrisburg which opens February 21 and runs through March 27, 2014. More information can be found at:
It's that time of year. Winter scene paintings are so rare (done looking out a window), but this one seems appropriate as a cold January grips all of Pennsylvania. Snow takes over the Susquehanna River and attempts to blanket the banks. Cool colors can take over, but hints of violets and ochre try to "warm things up."
Four of my paintings were exhibited in the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition Show in September - October 2013. The opening took place on a beautiful, crisp Fall day in NYC, showcasing a nice variety of work.