Oil, wax and aluminum paint on canvas, 16″ x 16″ Continue reading
I completed this pair of paintings in May, 2007. Taken together, they measure 72″ high x 118″ wide. The medium is oils, with a lot of wax medium for the impasto effect.
I wanted to challenge myself to making a white painting, with a limited palette, and I realized after finishing them that it reminded me a lot of the sea and sky on Cape Cod, where I had vacationed several times. This painting therefore was the genesis to the Cape Cod Light series. This diptych is available for sale; please contact me if you are interested.
Here are some shots that show the paintings in progress. They look smaller than they are because they are leaning away from the camera at a steep angle (too big for the easel!) but each canvas is as tall as I am.
This diptych has been exhibited three times.
After taking a few years off from painting to run my business, this was the first major painting I completed. It also represents the first painting in a meta-series, in which I am still working. It is untitled, as most of my non-objective paintings are, and measures 48″ x 48″. It was selected to appear in a nationally distributed art calendar in 2009. It is currently available for purchase; please contact me if you are interested.