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Plein air paintings

This section contains paintings executed "en plein air," that is, painting outside in daylight all in one sitting of usually no more than three to four hours. All were painted in oils on canvas stretched over panels and measure approximately 20" x 15" unless stated otherwise.

 
 

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This was painted looking south from the pier on the beach at Flag Ponds Nature Park during the Avian Solomons Plein Air Festival in 2013. Oil on panel 5" x 7".

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This was painted looking north from the pier on the beach at Flag Ponds Nature Park during the Avian Solomons Plein Air Festival in 2013. Oil on panel 5" x 7".

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This was painted at Calvert Marina during the Avian Solomons Plein Air Festival in 2013.

Oil on canvas over panel 11" x 14".

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This was painted looking south down Back Creek toward the entrance to the wharf on Solomons Island during the Avian Solomons Plein Air Festival in 2013. Oil on panel 12" x 16".

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This was painted looking north from Waterman's Wharf on Solomons Island during the Avian Solomons Plein Air Festival in 2013. Oil on panel 9" x 12".

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This was painted looking at the back of the Arts building at Annmarie Garden during Solomons Plein Air Festival in 2011. Oil on canvas over panel 11" x 14".

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This was painted during the quick draw at Calvert Marine Museum during a Solomons Plein Air Festival in 2010. I decided to paint a fellow painter as she was painting.
Oil on canvas over panel 9" x 12".

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This was painted during a Solomons Plein Air Festival in 2011. It's actually two boats opposite each other along a finger pier at the edge of the marina. It kind of looks like one strange boat, so I call it "Pushme-pullyou". Those of us old enough to remember that Dr. Doolittle movie (pre-Eddy Murphy) will know what I mean.
Oil on canvas over panel 12" x 16".

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Brownie's Beach in the Spring of 1995.

 

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Another painting of Brownie's beach in the Spring of 1995.

 

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Brownie's Beach in the Fall of 1995.

 

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Brownie's Beach painted onsite after the "Blizzard of 1996".

 

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Brownie's Beach in the Winter of 2000.

 

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Brownie's beach in the Fall of 1995.

 

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