Watercolors from Argentina

My watercolors, I have recently been informed by a concerned reader, are not universally loved. Despite that, I’m going to post these anyway because I like them and enjoy making them.

The first one is a scene in the Palermo Neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

Across from the Negroni Bar 6" x 9" gouache
Across from the Negroni Bar
6″ x 9″ gouache

The painting below is of a house in the town of Ushuaia which is at the southernmost tip of Argentina in Patagonia. It is the point from which one would sail to Antarctica. It’s a very beautiful town with the Andes Mountains meeting the Beagle Channel.

Red House in Ushuaia 12" x 7" watercolor
Red House in Ushuaia
12″ x 7″ watercolor

New Oil Painting

This painting was inspired by a scene I came across in Buenos Aires last month, while walking to visit a painter I’d met on Facebook. It was wonderful to meet someone in the flesh who I’d only known online.

Infill Construction 12" x 12" oil
Infill Construction
12″ x 12″ oil



New website

I haven’t posted for a while because I’ve had someone working on a new website and this blog and all the past posts will be moved there. I’ll leave this one for now and I hope to be able to move all the subscriptions to the new site so that everyone who currently subscribes will still receive a notification when I post something to the new site.

I want to thank everyone who’s followed me this year. I wish you a happy holiday and hope you’ll continue to check in with me at the new site.

Right after Christmas, I’m traveling to Argentina for a few weeks and I hope to find time to do some painting, while I’m there. (Burglars take note, I have a house sitter).



Show closing soon

Via Delle Molle 36" x 24" oil on panel
Via Delle Molle
36″ x 24″ oil on panel

There’s one week left to see my show at Brian Marki Fine Art. Thanks to all who came to the opening and to those who have stopped by over the past weeks. I’m grateful that some pieces have found new homes. If you’re in Portland before the end of October I hope you’ll have a look.