Here are several from recent outings. The first is a 9x12" painted from the dock of a residence a friend managed to get permission for us to paint on their property. The place was incredible with views of marshes and the Intracoastal Waterway on three sides.
"Looking Northeast" 9x12" oil on linen panel
The next one is from the back yard of a friend of mine who lives on a bluff overlooking a vast expanse of marsh and several creeks. This was late afternoon light.
"Paul's Backyard" 9x12" oil on linen panel
This is a small 6x8" painted at place near me called The Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens. Neat place with a lake and lots of nature trails. The gardens are slowly beginning to take shape. This is painted overlooking the lake from a high bluff on the Northwest side of the lake. It's a back lit scene because the sun is more in the southern sky this time of year. Met fellow WCer Shubert the day I painted this, though I didn't realize it at the time.
"Peek of the Lake Beyond" 6x8" oil on linen panel
Painted this one on Sunday. Gray and overcast kind of day. This is a historic landmark and museum called Kingsley Plantation. It's a preserved plantation on Fort George Island just North of Jacksonville. Beautiful place to paint, except in the late spring and summer as the bugs will eat you alive. Sunday was perfect with no bugs, except the light was pretty flat.
"Kingsley Plantation" 8x10" oil on linen panel
I know it's a bunch, but thanks for letting show them and thanks for looking. C&C always welcomed.