landscape painting

Landscape Attempt, again

I am focusing on both composition and color particular to nature as I work on improving my landscape painting. My impetus was this lovely acrylic painting on wood panel by Nora Muchanic. I am learning a lot just by looking at her sense of color, brushstroke application and simple but elegant composition. Her painting is entitled “Lone Tree.” I recently visited Andalusia in Bucks County and was impressed with the design of their gardens, as well as all of the natural beauty found along the Delaware River. My painting is called “Road to Andalusia.”

A plein-air painting

I began this painting last week, and am still working on it

Oil on canvas panel, 11 x 14 inches, October, 2021 (in process)

Covered Bridge

This is the Buckhorn Covered Bridge, also known as the Cogan House Covered Bridge in Lycoming County, PA

Buckhorn Covered Bridge, oil on canvas panel, 9 x 12 inches

Corner, Mt. Hope Cemetery

I like the simplicity of this image, as well as my use of a tonal underpainting to keep the lights and darks clearly separated. It was refreshing to work on this after I spent the morning doing more detailed work on the painting of Two Models, which I am getting ready for the Artists of Yardley upcoming juried show.

Oil on canvas panel, 9 x 12 inches, 2021