Autumn brings orange. And "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown." 
This isn't the Great Pumpkin, yet it has a regal beauty about it, don't you agree?
8x10" Oil on Panel
Painted en plein air w/ palette knife 
Special Price: $600 (regularly $1,400)  
Framed, ready to hang: $700

A New Day, 16x16" Oil

There is nothing like a new day, mercies anew. I love the sunlight coming over the chimneys, the juxtaposition of the brilliant morning sky with the buildings still in the night's shadow.
*Earned "Best in Show" at 2015 Waterford Art Invitational!
16x16" Oil on Panel 
$4,600  Purchase

Christmas Sweets, 8x10" Oil

There are many things that remind us that Christmas is upon us, such as delicious chocolates wrapped in gold foil boxes with their green and red ribbons. As exquisite as the outside may be, the real treasure is inside!
8x10" Oil on Panel 
$800  Purchase

Summer Cape, 18x18", Oil

Summer sunlight inspires me. My heart sings. I love how the sun is partial to nothing,..everything is enblazened with its light. Complicated things become simple. And beautiful. 
18x18" Oil on Panel
$3,200 Purchase

Morning Shenandoah Valley, Appalachian Trail at Bears Den

The Appalachian Trail runs from Georgia to Maine, the trail of all trails. 
While painting this beautiful vista, I had a handful of GA-ME hikers stop and say hello. We all enjoyed the view, and their stories sure inspired me. 
24x18" Oil on Panel 
$8,600  Purchase


I find great assurance at the shore. Ceaseless energy below, serenity above. In the power I move and breathe and exist. 
16x20" Oil on Panel 
$7,700  Purchase

Latour Peaches, 6x6" Original Oil

This is a small study of Henri Fantin-Latour painting. Fantin-Latour is known for his exquisite still-life paintings, but he painted beautiful portraits that had a wonderful sensitivity about them. Read more about Fantin-Latour.

Autumn Towers, 6x8" Original Oil

I was teaching a plein air painting class one morning here in Berryville when I did this morning sun color study demonstration. The idea in Impressionist painting is to capture the sense of light, or better said, the sense of the time of day. My goal was to paint the bright, warm sunlight on the trees towering over the farmhouse. Studies like these lead to larger more finished works (and more costly, too!).

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In the Shadow of Grace, 5x7" Oil

I was hiking around our little town of Berryville (on the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia) and came across Grace Episcopal Church, founded in the early 1800's. From the shdadow of Grace, amongst the grave markers, you can see the back of the parish chapel. I love the play of sunlight and shadow.
10x8" Oil on Panel 
$800 ($900 framed) Purchase

October Candlelight, 10x8" Oil

My wife Kim enjoys candles. After dinner one night I decided to capture the warm light and the holiday tablecloth for a pleasurable, relaxing evening.

Mary's 31 - 10" x 8" Oil

This painting was a birthday gift from friends to their daughter.

Bosc Pair - 8" x 10" Oil

Two friends, at peace side by side.