Semi-Abstract Landscape Paintings
Inspired by the East Coast
Saturday, December 18, 2010
I'm still working on this one. This landscape painting is definitely challenging (I think I'm getting lost in the clouds), but after adding some sharp lines to the river and clouds, I am getting more comfortable with it. I'm also working on another one simultaneously. My goal is to have them both done by Monday. Then I will be working on finishing up some other ones before the year ends and doing a review of my paintings in 2010, many of which I have never posted. Stay tuned!
I am a landscape painter of the East Coast, based in Northern Virginia. I paint local scenes from the Mid-Atlantic region and from my summers in New England. For my oil paintings, I paint both en plein air and in the studio to achieve the semi-abstract representation of the landscape as I see it and as I feel it.
This blog showcases my paintings as I work on them and as I look back on them, techniques, inspirations, events, and snapshots of the stunning American landscape.