Mullholands Hat
 California Aqueduct
 Psalm 56:8
 Submerged then Quenched
 Bixby slough Moonrise    Plein Air Painting    Backpacking was my number one sport as a youth. To go to places that are wild and untamed was always the greatest thrill. Painting outdoors, via “plein air” is exhilarating. When at a new location, I am looking for what my subject has to say to me, and I try to add a narrative, which gives the painting a purpose. All my senses are heightened and my responsibility to capture that moment’s perspective, composition, and color notes, is solidified. This act forces me to be more accurate in brush work, and fine tunes my skill level. In the studio, I get a fresh look, make sure the colors are clean and harmonious. This process forces the artist eye to be ever vigilant and growing.
 Point Ferman Park 
 Sandy Cove
 Afternoon at Abalones Cove
 Lovers Cove
 Carlsbad Sunset
 Archery Camp
 Cabrillo Landing
 Planting Seeds, still life set up
 Manuel’s Studio, still life set up
 San Berndino Mountains
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