I spent the morning over at the beach painting with my friend Mary Sheehan Winn. We were both drawn to an old tumble down shed that had wild beach roses around it. (I'm pretty sure hers will show up on her blog.) I wiped off my attempt as I couldn't get a decent composition to save my life, so I turned my easel around and did this old picnic table sitting in the sand. Pretty soon that table will be surrounded by happy vacationers. It was a picture perfect summer day at the beach!
I am a full time oil painter living and working the South Shore of Boston. My goal as a painter is to say as much as I can, with as few "well placed" brushstrokes as possible. My paintings are intuitive and spontaneous, meant to engage the viewer in a specific moment in time.
This blog is designed to share a quick glimpse into my process of painting. All paintings are for sale by contacting the artist. firstname.lastname@example.org