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The Red Head
Red Head Ducks and Pintales are among the most beautiful of wild ducks. This one lives in a little wildlife park near the Edison mansion in Ft. Myers, FL.
The composition of these Albuquerque prickly pears attracted me. But they didn't have the light I wanted so I added it. Then, to keep them company, and balance the composition, I added the feisty little cactus wren.
This painting uses several gold, silver, and blue Pearl Ex colored mica pigments giving the painting lots of bling. What appears to be a brown on the grain elevator is actually a shiny gold.
Cape Ann Reflections
This beautiful dinghy was anchored in the back of the harbor at Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.
There were several Santa Fe trails. One was dry but direct. Others followed the water to Colorado and then turned south. This is my interpretation of what that choice looked like. This is a large acrylic painting on wrapped canvas.
Hammocks are high ground in Florida's swampy lands. They are usually colonized by palms. This one is in Payne's Prairie in central Florida.
is the Virginia wine country and
In a Rush
is the stream that parallels the road from Fort Collins to Estes Park.
Which Way and Thru Here
are the first and third paintings in a series depicting the flock of white ibis that live in the cypress along the Hillsborough River in Riverhills Park, Temple Terrace, FL