I've been told that I should write a bit more about myself on this blog so I'll give it a go.
The day began with a sunrise kayak on Boca Ciega bay. I was joined by 3 dophins. One came right up to the kayak to check it out. That was followed by yoga on Gulfport beach and a swim at Fort De Soto beach. And to top if off a message from the Julie Heller gallery that one of my truck pastels had sold. Not a bad beginning to the new year!
Wish you all much joy, love and peace in this new year!
Gulfport, FL is our new winter home. A small sleepy village with old Florida style the brick streets lead to colorful, little cottages that should provide plenty of inspiration for a new series of work this season. Though with the Boca Ciega bay just a block away I'm sure that there will still be some seascapes in my future here.
Quite the long, wet camping trip down the coast through rain, floods, hurricane threats, wind, etc. But... as you can see we did finally make it to sunny Florida! This little study will be available tomorrow, 10/21/2015 on Daily Painters.
Just a little sketch today of the path through the high dunes toward the dune shacks. I'm always grateful for these days when the town is buzzing with tourists to be able to get out in the National Seashore for some solitude.
When Provincetown gets busy in the summer months, we often pack a picnic or grab a pizza and park our VW camper at Pamet Harbor to watch the sunset. And once the sun is down and the lights come on this little harbor is a peaceful pleasure.
A Provincetown fishing boat is reflected in the calm water in Provincetown harbor on Cape Cod. This series of 8x16" pastel paintings is for my June show at Julie Heller East in Provincetown. The show coincides with Provincetown's Portuguese Festival and Blessing of the Fleet so I have included many of the town's working fishing boats in this exhibit.